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Full text of "North Carolina Register v.14 no. 9 (11/1/1999)"

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NORTH CAROLINA 

REGISTER 



RECEIVED 
NOV 2 1999 



KATHRINE R. EVERETT 
LAW LIBRARY 



VOLUME 14 • ISSUE 9 • Pages 655 - 736 



November 1, 1999 



IN THIS ISSUE 

Agriculture 

Cosmetic Art Examiners, Board of 

Cultural Resources 

Environment and Natural Resources 

Health and Human Services 

Labor 

Nursing Home Administrators 

Pharmacy, Board of 

Public Education 

Transportation 

Social Work Certification & Licensure Board 

Rules Review Commission 

Contested Case Decisions 



PUBLISHED BY 

The Office of Administrative Hearings 

Rules Division 

6714 Mail Service Center 

Raleigh, NC 27699-6714 

Telephone (919) 733-2678 

Fax (919) 733-3462 



This publication is printed on permanent, acid-free paper in compliance with G.S. 125-1 J. 13 



For those persons that have questions or concerns regarding the Administrative Procedure Act or any of its 
components, consuU with the agencies below. The bolded headings are typical issues which the giver 
agency can address, but are not inclusive. 

Rule Notices, Filings, Register, Deadlines, Copies of Proposed Rules, etc. 

Office of Administralive Hearings 

Rules Division 

Capehari-Crocker House (919) 733-2678 

424 North Blount Street (919) 733-3462 FAX 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27601-2817 



contact: Molly Masich, Director APA Services 
Ruby Creech, Publications Coordinator 



Fiscal Notes & Economic Analysis 

Office of State Budget and Management 

1 1 6 West Jones Street 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27603-8005 

contact: Warren Plonk, Economist III 



Rule Review and Legal Issues 

Rules Review Commission 
1307 Glenwood Ave., Suite 159 
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605 

contact: Joe DeLuca Jr., Staff Director Counsel 
Bobby Bryan, Staff Attorney 



mmasich@oah. state. nc. us 
rcreech@oah. state. nc. us 



(919)733-7061 
(919) 733-0640 FAX 

wplonk@osbm.state.nc.us 



(919)733-2721 
(919) 733-9415 FAX 



Legislative Process Concerning Rule-making 

Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure Oversight Committee 

545 Legislative Office Building 

300 North Salisbury Street (919) 733-2578 

Raleigh, North Carolina 2761 1 (919) 715-5460 FAX 



contact: Mary Shuping, Staff Liaison 



marys @ms.ncga.state.nc.us 



County and Municipality Government Questions or Notification 

NC Association of County Commissioners 

2 1 5 North Dawson Street (919)71 5-2893 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 

contact: Jim Blackburn or Rebecca Troutman 



NC League of Municipalities 
2 1 5 North Dawson Street 
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 

contact: Paula Thomas 



(919)715-4000 



This publication is printed on permanent, acid-free paper in compliance with G.S. 125-1 1.13 



NORTH CAROLINA 
REGISTER 




Volume 14, Issue 9 
Pages 655 - 736 



November 1. 1999 



This issue contains documents officially filed 
through October 11. 1999. 



Office of Administrative Hearings 

Rules Division 

424 North Blount Street (27601) 

6714 Mail Service Center 

Raleigh, NC 27699-6714 

(919)733-2678 

FAX (919) 733-3462 



Julian Mann III. Director 

Camille Winston, Deputy Director 

Molly Masich. Director of APA Services 

Ruby Creech. Publications Coordinator 

Linda Dupree. Editorial Assistant 

Jessica Flowers. Editorial Assistant 



IN THIS ISSUE 

1. RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 
Agriculture 

Slructural Pest Control Division 655 

Environment and Natural Resources 

Health Services Commission 656 

Manne Fisheries 655 

Wildlife Resources Commission 655 - 656 

II. PROPOSED RULES 
Cultural Resources 

Archives and History. Division of 657 - 659 

Environment and Natural Resources 

Coastal Resources Commission 662 - 670 

Environmental Management Commission 660 - 662 

Health and Human Services 

Mental Health. De\elopiTiental Disabilities 

& Substance Abuse Ser\ ices 659 - 660 

Licensing Boards 

Nursing Home Administrators 684 - 686 

Transportation 

Highways. Division of 670 - 684 

in. TEMPORARY RULES 
Agriculture 

Structural Pest Control Committee 687 

Environment and Natural Resources 

Coastal Management Commission 693 - 695 

Marine Fisheries 688-693 

Health and Human Services 

Medical Assistance 687 - 688 

Licensing Boards 

Social Work Certification & Licensure Bd 697 - 707 

Transportation 

Highways, Division of 695 - 697 

IV. APPROVED RULES 708 722 

Agriculture 

Markets 

Slate Fair 
Environment and Natural Resources 

Coastal Management 

Health Services 

Sedimentation Control 

Well Contractor Certification Rules 

Wildlife 
Health and Human Services 

Mental Health. Developmental Disabilities 
and Substance Abuse Services 
Labor 

Retaliatory Employment Discrimination 
Licensing Boards 

Cosmetic Art Examiners. Board of 

Pharmacy. Board of 
Public Education 

Elementary and Secondary Education 
Transportation 

.Motor Vehicle. Division of 

V. RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 723 730 

VI. CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 

Index to ALJ Decisions 73 1 - 736 

VII. CUMULATIVE INDEX 1 82 



Ndiih Cciriilina Rexixiem published semi-monthly for S19S per year h\ ihe Office of Admimslrali\e Hearings. 424 North Blount Street. Raleigh. NC 
27601 . (ISSN 15200604) to mail at Penodicals Rales is paid al Raleigh. NC. POSTMASTER: .Send Address changes to the Nonli Camhiui Rt\i;i.ski: 
6714 .Mail .Service Center. Raleieh. NC :769i>-6714 



NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM 



The North Carolina Administrative Code (NCAC) has four major suhdi\isions of rules. Two oftliese. titles and chapters, 
are mandatory. The nuijor subdivision of the NCAC is the title. Each major department in the North Carolina executive 
branch of government has been assigned a title number. Titles are further broken down into chapters which shall be 
numerical in order. The other Arn. subchapters and sections are optional subdivisions to he used by agencies when 
appropriate. 



TITLE/MAJOR DIVISIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE 



TITLE 



DEPARTMENT 



LICENSING BOARDS 



CHAPTER 



1 


Administration 


Acupuncture 


1 


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Agriculture 


Architecture 


T 


3 


Auditor 


Athletic Trainer Examiners 


3 


4 


Commerce 


Auctioneers 


4 


5 


Correction 


Barber Examiners 


6 


6 


Council of State 


Certified Public Accountant Examiners 


8 


7 


Cultural Resources 


Chiropractic Examiners 


10 


8 


Elections 


Employee Assistance Professionals 


11 


9 


Governor 


General Contractors 


12 


10 


Health and Human Services 


Cosmetic Art Examiners 


14 


11 


Insurance 


Dental Examiners 


16 


12 


Justice 


Dietetics/Nutntion 


17 


13 


Labor 


Electrical Contractors 


18 


14A 


Crime Control & Public Safety 


Electrolysis 


19 


15A 


Environment and Natural Resources 


Foresters 


20 


16 


Public Education 


Geologists 


21 


17 


Revenue 


Heanng Aid Dealers and Fitters 


•) -) 


18 


Secretary of State 


Landscape Architects 


26 


19A 


Transportation 


Landscape Contractors 


28 


20 


Treasurer 


Mantal and Family Therapy 


.^1 


*21 


Occupational Licensing Boards 


Medical Examiners 


32 


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Administrative Procedures (Repealed) 


Midwifery Joint Committee 


33 


23 


Community Colleges 


Mortuary Science 


34 


24 


Independent Agencies 


Nursing 


36 


25 


State Personnel 


Nursing Home Administrators 


37 


26 


Administrati\e Hearings 


Occupational Therapists 


38 


27 


NC State Bar 


Opticians 


40 






Optometry 


42 






Osteopathic Examination & Reg. (Repealed) 


44 






Pastoral Counselors. Fee-Based Practicing 


4.^ 






Pharmacy 


46 






Physical Therapy Examiners 


48 






Plumbing. Heating & Fire Sprinkler Contractors 


.SO 






Podiatrv Examiners 


52 






Professional Counselors 


53 






Psychology Board 


54 






Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors 


56 






Real Estate Appraisal Board 


57 






Real Estate Commission 


58 






Refngeration Examiners 


60 






Sanitarian Examiners 


62 






Social Work Certification 


63 






Soil Scientists 


69 






Speech & Language Pathologists & Audiologists 


64 






Substance Abuse Professionals 


68 






Therapeutic Recreation Certification 


65 






\'eiennar\ Medical Board 


66 



Note: Title 21 contains the chapters of the various occupational licensing boards. 



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RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 



A Notice ofRiile-nuikiiiii Proceedings is a statement of subject matter of the ai;enc\ 's proposed rule making. The agency must 
publish a notice of the subject matter for public comment at least 60 days prior to publishing the proposed text of a rule. 
Publication of a temporary rule sen-es as a Notice (f Rule-making Proceedings and can be found in the Register under the 
section heading of Temporary Rules. A Rule-making Agenda published by an ageiu-y serves as Rule-making Proceedings and 
can he found in the Register under the section heading of Rule-making Agendas. Statutory reference.' G.S. 1 50B-2L2. 



TITLE 2 - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

CHAPTER 34 - STRUCTURAL PEST CONTROL 
DIVISION 



Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 

15A NCAC 3 J .0402 - Other rules may be proposed in the 
course of the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. I43B-289.52 



TL -fvtice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
ly North Carolina Structural Pest Control Committee in 
accordance with G.S. I50B-2I.2. The agency shall subsequently 
publish in die Register the text of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt 
as a result of this notice of rule-making proceedings ami anx 
comments received on this notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 2 

NCAC 34 .0102 - Other rules max be proposed in the ccnirse of 
the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 106-65.29 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Rule .0102 establishes 
definitions for terms used in rules pertaining to structural pest 
control. Proposed change would add a definition of the term 
"physical barrier" as it relates to termites. A new rule would 
establish standards for approval and installation of pinsical 
barrier products. 



Statement of the Subject Matter: Establish a zone adjacent to 
and offshore of the Sunset Beach Fishing Pier where fishing 
with commercial fishing equipment would be restricted or 
prohibited to avoid conflict. 

Reason for Proposed Action: Mair S. and Rebecca D. Kaplan, 
owners of the Sunset Beacli Fishing Pier, filed a petition for 
rulemaking with the Marine Fisheries Commission dated June 
15. 1 999. The petition requests a restricted zone from the pier to 
Titbb 's Inlet from July dirough December and from pier to Mad 
Inlet from January through June. No commercial equipment 
would be allowed in this zoned area in addition to the 750 ft. 
zone on the opposite side of die pier. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments are encouraged and 
may be submitted to the MFC, Juanita Gaskill, PO Box 769, 
Morehead Cit\, NC 28557. 



Reason for Proposed Action: Agency staff has recommended 

these rule changes to allow the sale and use of certain products 
that protect structures fnmi termites by creating a physical 
barrier. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments iiiav be submitted to 
Carl Falco, Secretary, North Carolina Structural Pest Control 
Committee. PO Box 27647. Raleigh. NC 27611. 



TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF 
ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 



CHAPTER 10 - WILDLIFE 
RESOURCES AND WATER SAFETY 

SUBCHAPTER IOC - INLAND FISHING 
REGULATIONS 

Ty -nUice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
1 V North Carolina Wildlife Restnirces Commission in 
accordance with G.S. 150B-2I .2. The agency shall subsequently 
publish in the Register the text of the rulelsl it proposes to adopt 
as a result of this notice of rule-making proceedings and any 
comments received on this notice. 



CHAPTER 3 - MARINE FISHERIES 

SUBCHAPTER 3J - NETS. POTS. DREDGES. 
AND OTHER FISHING DEVICES 

* jotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
1 y NC Marine Fisheries Comission in accordance with G.S. 
150B-21.2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the 
Register the te.xt of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result of 
this notice of rule-making proceedings and anx comments 
received on this notice. 



Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 

15A NCAC IOC .0107 - Other rules may be proposed in the 
course of the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S 113-132: 113-134: 113- 
138: 113-292. 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Set/Amend Fishing 
Regulations in Joint Waters 

Reason for Proposed Action: To set/amend fishing regulations 



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in joint waters to conform with changes in Marine Fislteries 
rules. 

Comment Procedures: The record will he open for receipt of 
written comments. Such written comments must be delivered or 
mailed to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. 
512 N. Salisbuiy Street. Raleigh. NC 27604-1188. 



Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 

ISA NCAC ISA .0100. .0300 - .0900 - Other rules may he 
proposed in the course of the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 130A-230 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Hazard Analysis Critical 
Control Point inspection protocol will he implemented into 
North Carolina Shellfish and Crustacea Meat Rules. 



CHAPTER 18 - ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 

SUBCHAPTER 18A - SANITATION 

■* jotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
ly Commission for Health Services in accordance with G.S. 
150B-21.2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the 
Register the text of the rule(s} it proposes to adopt as a result of 
this notice of rule-making proceedings and any comments 
received on this notice. 



Reason for Proposed Action: Title 21 of the Code of Federal 
Regulations Part 123 requires that dealers shipping seafood 
products in interstate commerce develop and implement a 
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point Plan for their plants. 
Additionally, the National Shellfish Sanitation Program requires 
that all states in the Program develop HACCP Rules. 

Comment Procedures: Comments may he submitted to Dave 
Clawson. Shellfish Sanitation Section. PO Bo.x 769, Morehead 
C/A', NC 28557; Phone (252) 726-6827. 



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This Section contains the text of proposed rules. At least 60 days prior to the publication oj text, the agency published a Notue 
of Rule-making Proceedings. The agency must accept comments on the proposed rule for at least 30 days from the publication 
date, or until the public hearing, or a later date if specified in the notice b\ the agency. The required comment period is 60 days 
for a rule that has a substantial economic impact of at least five million dollars ($5.00(1.000). Statutory reference: G.S. I50B-21 .2. 



TITLE 7 - DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL 
RESOURCES 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the Department of Cultural Resources intends to 
amend the rules cited as 7 NCAC 4S .010 1 -.01 10. Notice of 
Rule-making Proceedings was published in die Register on 
September I. 1 999. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 2000 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 9:00 a.m. on November 
16. 1999 at the Archives and History Building. Conference 
Room 305. 109 E. Jones Street. Raleigh. NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: The proposed amendments are 
needed to meet state requirementsfor earned admission receipts 
for FY 1999-2000 and to bring up to date die current 
administrative status of the Tryon Palace Historic Sites and 
Gardens. Most ticket receipts are utilized to fund temporary 
minimum wage employees as giddes. character interpreters, and 
crafts demonstrators. There has been no ticket price increase 
for over ten years, while minimum wages have continued to 
increase. Levels of visitation appear to be sufficiently high to 
support this change. Additionally, clarification in hours of 
operation and ser\ices available need to be incorporated into 
the rules. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments may be submitted 
through December 1. 1999. to Boyd D. Cathey. Division of 
Archives and History. NC Department of Cultural Resources. 
4614 Mail Senice Center. 109 East Jones Street. Raleigh. NC 
27699-4614. 

Fiscal Impact 
State Local Sub. None 
/ 

CHAPTER 4 - DIVISION OF ARCHIVES AND 
HISTORY 

SUBCHAPTER 4S - TRYON HISTORIC SITES AND 
GARDENS 

.0101 STATEMENT OF PURPOSE 

The purpose of the Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens 
Section is to preserve, operate, and maintain the Tryon Palace 
Historic Sites and Gardens Section for pubhc henetu. to present 
a program whereby citizens have maximum opportunity to learn 
and appreciate their history and heritage as represented through 



the historic buildings and exhibition facilities, and to ma in tain 
the preser\'e the historic collections furnishings, buildings, and 
gardens in keepmg with the best c on s er va t io n professional 
preser\ation practices. It is also the section" s agenc\"s purpose 
to increase visitation through wider promotion and publicity, 
through expanded c r alis prog r ams and s pe cial e ducat i onal tours. 
historical interpretation programs, educational tours, and 
programs for school audiences, workshops, concerts, and 
lectures. 

AuthoritxG.S. 121-4(8). (9): 143B-W(j): l43B-62(2)d.: 143B- 
71. 

.0102 VISITING HOURS 

(a) Trvon Palace Restoration Historic Sites and Gardens will 
be open Monday through Saturday from 9:.'^Ua.m. to 4:00 p.m. 
9:()(> a.m.. with the last ticket purchased to be no later than 4:00 
p.m. and on Sunday from 1 : ."^Op.m. to 4 : 00 p.m. 1 :00 p.m.. with 
the last ticket to be purchased no later than 4:00 p.m. From 
Memorial Da\ weekend through Labor Da\' weekend the last 
time lo purchase a ticket to begin a tour is extended to ■^:0() p.m. 
The Gardens will close al 7:00 p.m. during this period. 

( b ) Tryon Palace Restoration Hisitinc Sites and Gardens will 
be closed on New Years Day. Thanksgi\ ing Day. and Christmas 
holidays as set by the State of North Carolina for state 
employees . December 24. 25. and 26, 

Authority G.S. 121-4(8), (9): 143B-I()(j): 143B-62(2)d: I43B- 
71. 

.0103 ADMISSION PRICES: 

Admission prices are: 
t+1 Tryon Palac e and gardens, adults, eight dollars 
($8.00): students through high school, high dollars 
(S4 . 00): coll e g e students and m i litary personnel with 
identitlcation. s e ven dollars ($7.00): groups of 20 or 
more ar r ang e d i n advance, seven dollars ($7.00). 

( 1 ) General admission ticket (o all museum buildings and 
gardens, adults fifteen dollars (Sl.^.OO): students 
through high school six dollars ($6.00). 

t2l Stanly and Dixon-Ste\ ' cnson Houses, adults, e ig h t 
dollars ($8.00): students through higli school, four 
dollars ($4.00). 

(2) General admission ticket lo all museum buildings and 
gardens, groups of 20 or nii ne arranged jji ad\ance. 
adults iwelxe dollars ($12.00): students through high 
school five dollars ($■'^.0()). 

t^l Gene r al admission ticket to all exhibitio n buildings 
and gardens, adults. tweh ' C dollars ($12.00); students 
through high school, six dollars ($6.00). 



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General admission tickei lo all museum buildings and 

tiardcns. military. AAA, and college student discount. 

twelve dollars (SI200). 

Ga r de n t i cket, adu l ts tViur dolla r s ($4.00): students 

th r ough high school, three dollars ($3.00). 

Palace ticket only. gn>ups of 20 or more arranged m 

ad\'ance. adults ten dollars (SIO.OO): students through 

high school three dollars (S.^.OO). 

Gardens and crafts ticket only, including Stables. 

Kitchen Office, and Blacksinith Shop, adults eight 

dc^llars (SS.OO); students through high school three 

dollars ($3.00). 

Special events, workshops, and lectures, adults four 

dttllars ($4.00): students through high school two 

dollars ($2.00). 

Academy ticket only, adults two dollars ($2.00); 

students through high school one dollar ($1.00). 

Annual pass for unlimited access to all museum 



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buildings, gardens, special lours, lectures, and 
workshops (except Decorative Arts Symposium); 
adults forty dollars (S40.()0); students through high 
school twenty dollars ($20.00). 
No charge for children under six. 



Autlumty G.S. 121-4(8). (9); 143B-10(j): 143B-62(2)d.; 143B- 
71. 

.0104 VISITATION RULES 

(a) Eating and chewing gum are not permitted in the Tryon 
Palace Resto r atio n Historic Sites and Gardens exhibition 
buildings. With prior approval of the Chief, Tryon Palace 
Historic Sites and Gardens Section, refreshments may be served 
within the e x hi bi t io n area in non-exhibition and non-collection 
areas for special events and meetings. 

(b) Pets are not permitted in the buildings or on the grounds 
of the resto r ation, site, except guide d c ^gs for legally blind 
p er sons, animals assisting disabled persons. 

(c) Photography is not permitted inside the exhibition 
buildings except with advance approval of the Chief. Tryon 
Palace Historic Sites and Gardens Section. A staff member must 
accompany the photographer at all times. Requirements for 
special lighting or wiring must be cleared through the technical 
services director. 

(d) Teachers or sponsors accompanying school or other 
groups will be responsible for the conduct of the group. 

(e) Groups will stay together. One teacher or adult should 
accompany each student group for the entire tour. 

(f) Teachers or sponsors will be responsible for controlling 
their groups when using restrooms or visiting the Tryon Palace 
Shops. Historic Sites and Gardens shops and gardens. 

(g) All tours of the Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens 
exhibition buildings are conducted supervised by guides. The 
general public is not allowed to go through the buildings without 
a gtritfer guide or desi gnated staff attendant. Tours of the Kitchen 
Office. Stables, and the New Bern Academy Museum are self- 
guided, but a guide or character interpreter is available for 
assistance. 



AutlwhtxG.S. 121-4(8). (9): 143B-I0(i): 143B-62(2)d.: 143B- 
71. 

.0105 USE OF THE AUDITORIUM 

(a) Because of the regularly scheduled Tryon Palac e 
o r ientation program, no g ro up will be permitted to use th e 
audito r iu m b e t w een the hours of 9 : 00 a.m. and 4:00 p .m. o n 
days of r egula r o p e r ation. All use of the auditorium by outside 
groups needs the approval of the Chief. Tryon Palace Historic 
Sites and Gardens Section. 

(b) Application for use must be presented to and approved by 
the Chief. Tryon Palace Section. Historic Sites and Gardens , 
according to the following regulations: 

( 1 ) Reservations must be submitted at least two weeks 
prior to requested date. 

(2) TTie using organization will designate one person who 
is responsible for the meeting and the use of 
auditorium. This person will sign the application 
signifying this responsibility. 

(3) No Smoking is permitted in the lobby are only : 
Building. 

(4) Priority for use will be given to governmental 
agencies and organizations whose aim and activities 
relate to the activities of the Department of Cultural 
Resources. 

(5) Microphones and any state-owned audiovisual 
equipment must be operated by a member of the 
Tryon Palace Restoration Historic Sites and Gardens 
staff. 

AiitlwnnG.S. 121-4(8). (9): l43B-l(Hj): l43B-62(2)d.: 143B- 
71. 

.0106 RESEARCH 

With special written permission of the Chief. Tryon Palace 
Historic Sites and Gardens Section, research may be conducted 
by qualified scholars or persons in the museum field utilizing 
items in the libraries and collections of the Tryon Palace 
Restoration Historic Sites and Gardens during regular hours of 
operation. Research materials may not be taken out overnight. 

Authority G.S. 121-4(8). (9): 143B-W(j): 143B-b2(2)d.: 143B- 
71. 

.0107 AUDIOVISUAL AIDS 

Slide sets of Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens are 
a\ ailable on a loan basis fo r a small l ee through the education 
b r a n ch of the Tryon Palace Sect i on, through the Group Sales 
CcMirdinator of the Tryon Palace Histt)ric Silcs and Gardens. The 
website address is www.trvonpalace.org. 

Authority G.S. 121-4(8). (9): J43B-I(l(j): l43B-62(2)d.: 143B- 
71. 

.0108 PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVCIES 

Duplicates of photographs Photographs froin the Tryon Palace 



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Historic Sites and Gardens accessioning files are available at 
cost. Special photos can be taken by a member of the Tryon 
Palace staff on special order at cost. Inquiries should be 
addressed to the Direc t or of Res e a r ch a n d Collections. Curator 
of Collections or Marketing Manager. 

AiulwntyG.S. 12l-4{8l. (9): l4.W-l(Hj): 14.W-62(2kl.: 143B- 
71. 

.0109 ACQUISITION OF ARTIFACTS 

Furniture, art objects, artifacts, or other objects within the 
period of the Tryon Palace Restoration Historic Sites and 
Gardens buildings are accepted on behalf of the state by the 
Tryon Palace Cominission to further interpret the history and life 
styles of the appropriate periods. Offers ol gifts or loans of 
furniture, art objects, and artifacts to Tryon Palace Historic Sites 
and Gardens inust he directed to the Chief. Tryon Palace 
Se cti on. Historic Sites and Gardens. The Chief will present all 
such offers to the Chairman of the Tryon Palace Commission 
with a recommendation of which artifacts shall be accepted. The 
Chaimian will refer the recommendation to the appropriate 
committee of the Tryon Palace Commission. 

AiithontxG.S. 121-4(8). (9): J43B-J0(j): 143B-62{2kl.: 143B- 
71. 

.0110 OPERATION 

Rules .0001 through .0108 in Subchapte r 4N, Section .OlOO. 
Rules 7 NCAC 4N .01 01 -.01 08 shall apply to the operation of 
the Tryon Palace Restoration. Historic Sites and Gardens, unless 
otherwise covered in Subchapter 4S. 

Authorin G.S. 121-4(8). (9): 143B-W(j): 143B-62(2ki: 143B- 
71. 



"controlU'd substances in emergency kits" in long-term luirsing 
care facilities. There is broad recognition among clinicians who 
have studied the pathophysiology and management of pain that 
clinicians often seriously undertreat pain. A request was 
presented to the Commission for Mental Health. Developmental 
Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services to approve the 
proposed amendment to this Rule. The acuity level of nursing 
facilit}' residents has increased markedly over the past few 
years. However, the rules governing controlled substances for 
residents have not been modified in more than 20 years. The 
requested changes will greatly enhance the abilit}' to meet 
emergency medical needs of residents, yet maintain adequate 
safeguards, accountability, and securit} of emergency 
medications. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments should be submitted 
to Charlotte F. Hall. Rule-making Coordinator. Division of 
Mental Health Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse 
Senices. 325 N. Salisbuiy Street. Albemarle Building. Suite 
1156. Raleigh. NC 27603-59(16 on or before December 1 . 1999. 



Fiscal Impact 
State Local 



Sub. 



None 



CHAPTER 45 - COMMISSION FOR MENTAL 

HEALTH. DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 

AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES 

SUBCHAPTER 45G - MANUFACTURERS: 

DISTRIBUTORS: DISPENSERS AND RESEARCHERS 

OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES 

SECTION .0400 - MISCELLANEOUS 



TITLE 10 - DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. I50B-21 .2 that 
the Commission for Mental Health. Developmental Disabilities 
and Substance Abuse Senices intends to amend the rule cited as 
10 NCAC 45G .0410. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was 
published in the Register on June 1 . 1999. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 2000 

Instructions on How to Demand a Public Hearing (must be 
requested in writing within 15 days of mnice): To demand a 
public hearing, submit written requests to Charlotte F. Hall. 
Rule-making Coordinator. Division of Mental Health. 
Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Senices. 325 
N. Salisbury Street. Albemarle Building. Suite 1 156. Raleigh. 
NC 27603-5906. 

Reason for Proposed Action: This rule refers to the use of 



.0410 SPECIAL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES 
EMERGENCY KIT 

A (special) controlled substances emergency kit shall be 
permitted in those skilled nursing facilities, intermediate care 
facilities and combination facilities which are licensed with the 
Department of Health and Human Services: Health and Human 
Ser\iccs: 

( 1 ) The controlled substances emergency kit shall contain 
not more than five seven controlled drug entities 
{ Schedules II-V ) as determined b> the medical staff of 
the facility with the approval of the pharmaceutical 
services committee. 

(2) Controlled substances for emergency use shall be 
obtained through purchase orders from the licensed 
pharmacist who regularly provides medications to the 
facility and its patients. When Schedule II drugs are 
purchased, federal Drug Enforcement Administration 
order forms must be used. 

(3) Controlled substances for emergency use shall be 
pro\ ided in a single unit-dose form. 

(4) A facility shall be permitted to possess not more than 



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three Hve doses of each controlled drug entity for 
each 50 licensed beds or fraction thereof. The tlrree 
five doses of each drug entity may he of the same or 
differing concentrations. 

(5) The controlled emergency drug supply shall be used 
only for a bona fide medical emergency, to meet the 
urgent needs of patients, consistent with good medical 
practice, practice. The need for such use shall be 
documented m the patient'smedical record consistent 
with applicable state and federal statutes and 
regulations, a n d shall not se r ve as a rou t ine sou r c e of 
m edicatio n for facil it y pati e n t s. 

t&) The a t tendi ng physician sha l l su b s t a n tiate in wr i ting 
in th e pati e nt r ecord the necessity fo r th e use of any 
controlled substance contained in the eme r ge n cy k it. 

(6) t9i The controlled substance emergency kit shall be 

securely locked and stored with access limited to 
authorized personnel, stored i n a secu re ly locked, 
substantially — c o n st r ucted — cabinet — governing — the 
storage of controlled substanc e s. 

(7) ffh Only those persons designated by the director of the 

facility shall have access to the controlled substances 
emergency kit. 

(8) t9l The pharmacist-supplier of the controlled drugs for 

emergency use shall have primary responsibility for 
the proper control and accountability of such drugs in 
the facility. 
(9) (+0) No person, individual, practitioner or facility shall be 
permitted to perform by virtue of these regulations 
any act otherwise prohibited by law. 

(10) ri~h Nothing in these regulations shall compel any 

licensed pharmacist to provide controlled drugs for 
emergency use to any facility against his professional 
judgment. 

(11) (+21 All pertinent provisions of Article 3. Section 8. of the 

North Carolina Board of Pharmacy rules and 
regulations relating to emergency kits generally shall 
apply. 

(12) (+51 Exceptions to these regulations shall not be made 

unless otherwise provided by law. 
(13) <+^ Each registrant desiring to maintain a controlled 
substance emergency kit must be registered with the 
Federal Drug Enforcement Administration or receive 
an exemption from registration by that agency. 

Autlwnn G.S. 90-100: 143B-N7. 



TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF 
ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Notice is liereby given in accordance witli G.S. 150B-2I .2 
rlia! the Environmental Management Commission intends 
to adopt the nile cited as 15A NCAC 2B .0241 Notice of Rule- 
making Proceedings was published in the Register on August 2. 
1999. 



Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 2000 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 6: 30 p.m. on November 
16. 1999 at Waxne Community College. Learning Center 
Auditorium. 3000 Wayne Memorial Drive, Goldsboro, NC 
27530. 

Reason for Proposed Action: House Bill 1402 established the 
Stakeholder Advisory Committee for the Neuse Buffer Rule. The 
Committee consisted of 23 members representing specific 
organizations with interests ranging from environmental 
protection, local government, development, industry and federal 
and state regulatory agencies. The Committee's role was to 
recommend modifications to tlie Neuse Buffer Rule (NBR) as 
adopted in 15A NCAC 2B .0233 by tlie Environmental 
Management Commission. The intent of this process is to 
protect and enhance the water quality of the Neuse River while 
not imposing an undue burden on the regulated public. House 
Bill 1402 established how the rule was to he implemented on a 
temporary basis, created a stakeholder committee, established 
a requirement to allow for alternatives to maintaining the buffer 
through a compensator}- mitigation program, established a 
Riparian Buffer Mitigation Fund and program, and established 
a requirement for the Environmental Management Commission 
(EMC) to adopt rules to provide for delegation of the program 
to interested local governments. 

Comment Procedures: The purpose cf this announcement is 
to encourage those interested in this rulemaking to provide 
written comments. Written ccmiments may be submitted to Lin 
Xu, DENR. Division of Water Quality, Planning Branch. Mail 
Service Center 1617, Raleigh. NC 27699-1617. Questions may 
he directed to Lin Xu at (919) 733-5083. ext. 357. or 
lin..\'u@ ncmail.net. The comment period will end on December 
J. 1999. 



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CHAPTER 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 2B - SURFACE WATER AND 
WETLAND STANDARDS 

SECTION .0200 - CLASSIFICATIONS AND WATER 
QUALITY STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO SURFACE 
WATERS AND WETLANDS OF NORTH CAROLINA 

.0241 NEUSE RIVER BASIN: NUTRIENT 

SENSITIVE WATERS MANAGEMENT 

STRATEGY: DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY 

FOR THE PROTECTION AND 

MAINTENANCE OF RIPARIAN BUFFERS 

(a) Purpose. This Rule sets out the requirements for 

delegation of the responsibilit\ for implementing and enforcing 

the state's riparian buffer protection program to local 



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governments. 

(b) Procedures For Granting and Rescinding Deleeation. The 
Commission shall grant and rescind local government delegation 
of the Neuse River Basin Riparian BuHer Protection 
requirements according to the following procedures. 

( 1 ) Local governments vMthm the Neuse River Basin may 
submit a written request to the Commission tor 
autht)ritv to implement and enforce the State' sriparian 
buffer protection requirements within their 
jurisdiction. The written request shall be 
accompanied by infomiation which shows: 

(A) The local goy eminent has land use jurisdiction 
for the riparian buffer demonstrated by 
delineating the Uical land use jurisdictional 
boundary on USGS 1: 24. OOP topographical 
map(s) or (Hher appropriate scale map(s); 

(B) The local govemmenl has the administrative 
organization, staff, legal authority, financial 
and other resources necessary to implement 
and enforce the State's riparian buffer 
protection requirements based on its size and 
protected amount of devek)pment; 

(C) The local go\ ernmenl has adopted ordinances, 
resolutions, or regulations necessary to 
establish and maintain the Stale's riparian 
buffer protection requirements: and 

(D) The local government has pro\ ided a plan to 
address violations with appropriate remedies 
and actions. 

(2) Within 90 days after the Commission has received the 
request for delegation, the Commission shall notify 
the local government whether \l has been approved, 
approyed mth modifications, or denied. 

(3) The Commission, upon determination that a delegated 
local authority is failing to implement or adequately 
enforce the state's riparian buffer protection 
requirements, shall notify the delegated local 
authority in writing of the local program's 
inadequacies. If the delegated local authc)rity has ncM 
corrected the deficiencies within 90 days of receipt of 
the written notification, then the Commission shall 
rescind the delegation of authority to the local 
go\emmeni and shall implement and enforce the 
State' sriparian buffer protection requirements. 

(4) The Commission may delegate its duties and powers 
for granting and rescinding local government 
delegation of the State's riparian buffer protection 
requirements, in whole or in part, to the Director. 

(c) Appointment of a Riparian Bufter Protection 
Administrator. Upon receiving delegation, local governments 
shall appoint a Riparian Buffer ProtectitMi Administrator who 
shall coordinate the implementation and enforcement of the 
program. The .Administrator shall attend an initial training 
session by the Division and subseuuent annual training sessions. 
The Administrator shall ensure that local government staff 
working directly with the program receive training to 



understand, implement and enforce the program. 

(d) Procedures for Uses Within Riparian Buffers That Are 
Allowable and Allowable with Mitigation. Upon receiving 
delegation, local authorities shall be responsible for rc\'iewing 
proposed uses within the riparian buffer and issuing approvals 
if the uses meet the State's riparian buffer protection 
requirements. Delegated local authorities shall issue an 
Authorization Certificate for uses ii llie proposed use meets the 
Statc'sriparian buffer protection requiremenls. or provides lor 
appropriate mitigated provisions to die Slate's riparian buffer 
prt)tection requirements. The Divisicin shall have the authority 
to challenge a decision made by a delegated local authority for 
a period of 30 days after the Authorization Certificate is issued. 
If the Diyjsion does not challenge an Authorization Certificate 
within 30 days of issuance, then the delegated local autht)rity"s 
decision will stand. 

(e) 'Variances. After receiving delegation, local governments 
shall be responsible for re\ iewing variance requests. pro\ iding 
approvals for minor variance requests and making 
recommendations to tfie Commission for maior variance 
requests pursuant to the State's riparian buffer prcnection 
program. 

(f) Limits of Delegated Local Authority. The Commission 
shall have jurisdiction to the exclusion of local gt)\emments to 
implement the Statc'sriparian buffer protection requirements for 
the l'olk)wing types of actis ities: 

( I ) Activities conducted under the authority of the State; 
ActiN ities conducted under the authority of the United 
States: 



ill 
ill 



Activities conducted under the authority of multiple 

jurisdictions; 
Activities conducted under the authority of local units of 
government. 

(g) Record-keeping Requirements. Delegated local 
authorities are required to maintain on-site records for a 
minimum ot' fi\e years. Delegated local authorities must furnish 
a copy of these records to the Director within 30 days of receipt 
of a written request for the records. The Diyision will inspect 
local riparian buffer protection pnvjrams to ensure that the 
programs are being adequately implemented and enforced. Each 
delegated local authority's records shall include the following: 

( 1 ) A copy of variance requests; 

(2) The xanance request's finding of fact; 

(3) The result of ifie variance proceedings; 

(4) A record of ccnnplaints and action taken as a result of 
the complaint; 

(5) Records for stream origin calls and stream ratings; 
and 

(6) Ct)pies of request for authorization, records approving 
authorization and Authorization Certificates. 

Aiithoritx G.S. 143-214.1: 143-214.7: 143-215. 3(u)( 1): S.L 
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Notice is iwreljy given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21 .2 
that the Coastal Resources Commission intends to amend 
rules cited as I5ANCAC7H. 1103. .1203..I3U3. .1403. .J 503, 
.1603.. 1 803.. 1903. .2003. .2103. .2203. .2303: 7J .0204. .0404 
- .4(16. Notice ot Rule-making Proceedings was published in the 
Register on September 15. 1999. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 2000 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 4: 30 p.m. on November 
18. 1999 at the Coast Line Convention Center. 501 Nutt Street. 
Wilnungton. NC 28401. 

Reason for Proposed Action: These rule amendments would 
raise major permit application fees for public or commercial 
projects from $250 to $400. raise the application fees for minor 
and general permits from $50 to $100. raise the fees for major 
development e.vtensicm requests, minor permit and modifications 
and permit transfers from $50 to $100 and raise the fees for 
exemptions of private bulkheads, riprap, piers and single family 
residences from $0 to $50. Permit fees have not been increased 
since 1991. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments will be accepted 
through December 1. 1999. Comments may be submitted to 
Cathy Brittingham. Coastal Policy Analyst. NC Division of 
Coastal Management. POBox27687. Raleigh. NC 2761 1-7687. 



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.1203 PERMIT FEE 

The applicant must pay a permit fee of Fifty dollars ($50.00) 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) by check or money order payable 
to the Department. 



Aitthorit}- G.S. 113A-107(a): 113A-I07lbj: 
113A-118.1; 113A-119; 113A-124. 



113A-113(b): 



CHAPTER 7 - COASTAL MANAGEMENT 



SECTION .1300 - GENERAL PERMIT 

TO MAINTAIN: REPAIR AND CONSTRUCT 

BOAT RAMPS ALONG ESTUARINE 

SHORELINES AND INTO ESTUARINE 

AND PUBLIC TRUST WATERS 

.1303 PERMIT FEE 

The applicant must pay a permit fee of f if ty dolla r s (S50.00) 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) by check or money order payable 
to the Department. 

Authority G.S. n3A-107ta): n3A-107(b); 1 1 3A-1 13{b): 
II3A-I18.1: 113A-119: 113A-I24. 

SECTION .1400 - GENERAL PERMIT FOR 
CONSTRUCTION OF WOODEN GROINS IN 
ESTUARINE AND PUBLIC TRUST WATERS 

.1403 PERMIT FEE 

The applicant must pay a permit fee of fif t y dollars ($50.00) 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) by check or money order payable 
to the Department. 

Authority G.S. I13A-I07(a): I13A-W7(b); 113A-113(b): 
113A-1I8.1: 113A-119: 113A-124. 



SUBCHAPTER 7H - STATE GUIDELINES FOR 
AREAS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN 

SECTION .1 100 - GENERAL PERMIT 

FOR CONSTRUCTION OF BULKHEADS AND THE 

PLACEMENT OF RIPRAP FOR SHORELINE 

PROTECTION IN ESTUARINE AND PUBLIC 

TRUST WATERS 

.1103 PERMIT FEE 

The applicant must pay a pennit fee of f i f t y dolla r s ($50.00) 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) by check or money order payable 
to the Department. 



SECTION .1500 - GENERAL PERMIT FOR 

EXCAVATION W ITHIN OR CONNECTING TO 

EXISTING CANALS: CHANNELS: BASINS: OR 

DITCHES IN ESTUARINE WATERS: PUBLIC TRUST 

WATERS: AND ESTUARINE SHORELINE AEC'S 

.1503 APPLICATION FEE 

The applicant must pay a permit fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) by check or money order payable 
to the Department. 



Authoriu- G.S. n3A-W7(a).lb): 
113A-119: 113A-124. 



H3A-113(b): 113A-118.1: 



Authority G.S. 1I3A-I07(a): 1I3A-I07(b) 
U3A-118.L 113A-119: 113A-124. 



113A-l]3(b): 



SECTION .1200 - GENERAL PERMIT 

FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PIERS: DOCKS: 

AND BOAT HOUSES IN ESTUARINE 

AND PUBLIC TRUST WATERS 



SECTION .1600 - GENERAL PERMIT FOR THE 

INSTALLATION OF AERIAL AND SUBAQUEOUS 

UTILITY LINES W ITH ATTENDANT STRUCTURES 

IN COASTAL W ETLANDS: ESTUARINE WATERS: 

PUBLIC TRUST W ATERS AND ESTUARINE 

SHORELINES 

.1603 PERMIT FEE 



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The applicant must pay a permit fee of Fif t y dollais ($50.00) 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) by cheek or money order payable 
to the Department. 

Authority G.S. I BA-I07(a)(b): 113A-113(h): IIM-IIS.I: 
JlM-119: IL^-229(cn. 

SECTION .1800 - GENERAL PERMIT TO ALLOW 

BEACH BULLDOZING LANDWARD OFTHE MEAN 

HIGH WATER MARK IN THE OCEAN HAZARD AEC 

.1803 PERMIT FEE 

The applicant must pay a permit fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) by check or money order payable 
to the Department. 

Authority- G.S. ]13A-107(a)(hl: lUA-llMh): 1ISA-1I8.I: 
lL^-229(c)(n. 

SECTION .1900 - GENERAL PERMIT TO ALLOW 
FOR TEMPORARY STRUCTURES WITHIN 
ESTUARINE AND OCEAN HAZARD AECS 

.1903 PERMIT FEE 

The applicant must pay a permit fee of Fifty dollars ($50.00) 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) by check or money order payable 
to the Department. 

Authonu- G.S. I1M-I07(a)(hl: llM-lJMh): 1I3A-118.1: 
1I3A-1I9: II3-229(c)in. 

SECTION .2000 - GENERAL PERMIT FOR 

AUTHORIZING MINOR MODIFICATIONS AND 

REPAIR TO EXISTING PIER/MOORING 

FACILITIES IN ESTUARINE AND PUBLIC TRUST 

WATERS 

.2003 PERMIT FEE 

The applicant must pay a permit fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) by check or money order payable 
to the Department. 

Authorm- G.S. 11 3 A- 107; 113A-118.1. 

SECTION .2100 - GENERAL PERMIT FOR 

CONSTRUCTION OF MARSH ENHANCEMENT 

BREAKWATERS FOR SHORELINE PROTECTION IN 

ESTUARINE ANDPUBLIC TRUST WATERS 

.2103 PERMIT FEE 

The applicant must pay a permit fee of fif t y dollars ($50.00) 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) . This fee may be paid by check 
or iTH)ney order made payable to the Department. 

Authority G.S. 113A-107; U3A-118.1. 



SECTION .2200 - GENERAL PERMIT FOR 

CONSTRUCTION OF FREE STANDING MOORINGS 

IN ESTUARINE WATERS AND PUBLIC TRUST 

AREAS 

.2203 PERMIT FEE 

The applicant must pay a permit fee of Fifty dolla r s ($50.00). 
one hundred dollars ($100.00). This fee may be paid b> check 
or money order made payable to the Department. 

Authority G.S. U3A-I07: II3A-I18.I: 113A-119. 

SECTION .2300 - GENERAL PERMIT FOR 

REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING BRIDGES AND 

CULVERTS IN ESTUARINE WATERS, ESTUARINE 

SHORELINES. PUBLIC TRUST AREAS, AND 

COASTAL WETLANDS 

.2303 PERMIT FEE 

The applicant shall pay a permit fee of Fif t y dollars ($50.00). 
one hundred dollars ($100.00). This fee may be paid by check 
or money order inade payable to the Department. 

Authorm G.S. 113A-I07: I13A-H8.I: 113A-119: 113A-124. 

SUBCHAPTER 7J - PROCEDURES FOR HANDLING 

MAJOR DEVELOPMENT PERMITSrVARIANCE 

REQUESTS: APPEALS FROM MINOR 

DEVELOPMENT PERMIT DECISIONS: AND 

DECLARATORY RULINGS 

SECTION .0200 - APPLICATION PROCESS 

.0204 PROCESSING THE APPLICATION 

(a ) On receipt of a CAM A major development and/or dredge 
and fill permit application by the Department, a letter shall be 
sent to the applicant within a reasonable time acknowledging 
receipt. 

(h) Application processing will begin when an application is 
accepted as complete. Before an application will be accepted as 
complete, the following requirements must be met; 

( 1 ) a current application form must be submitted; 

(2) all questions on the application form must be 
completed or the letters "N/A" must be placed in each 
section that does not apply; 

(3) an accurate work plan as described in 1 5A NCAC 7J 
.0203 herein must be attached to all CAMA major 
development and/or dredge and fill permit 
applications; 

(4) a copy of a deed or other instrument under which the 
applicant claims title must accompany a CAMA 
major development and/or dredge and fill permit 
application; 

(5) notice to adjacent riparian landowners must be given 
as follows: 

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thereof) indicating that adjacent riparian 
landowners (as identified in the permit 
apphcation) have been sent a copy of the 
application for the proposed development must 
be included in a CAMA major development 
and/or dredge and fill permit application. Said 
landowners have 30 days from the date of 
notification in which to comment. Such 
comments will be considered by the 
Department in reaching a tlnal decision on the 
application. 
(B) For CAMA minor development permits, the 
applicant must give actual notice of his 
intention to develop his property and apply for 
a CAMA minor development permit to all 
adjacent riparian landowners. Actual notice 
can be given by sending a certified letter, 
informing the adjoining property owner in 
person or by telephone, or by using any other 
method which satisfies the Local Permit 
Officers that a good faith effort has been made 
to provide the required notice; 

(6) the application fee must be paid as set out in this 
Subparagraph: 

(A) Major development permit - a check or money 

hu n d r ed fifty dollars ($250.00). Application 
lees shall be m the form of a check or money 
order payable to the Department. The 
application fee for private, non-commercial 
dcNclopment shall be two hundred fifty dollars 
($250.00). The application fee for a public or 
commercial proiect shall jic lour hundred 
dollars ($400.00). 

(B) Minor development permit - a ch e ck o r mo n ey 
o r d er payable t o th e pei n iit-letling ag e ncy in 
the — amount — of — fifty — dollars — ($50.00). 
Application fees shall be in the form of a check 
or money order pa\able to the pennit-letting 
agency in the amount of one hundred dollars 
($100.00). Monies so collected may be used 
only in the administration of the permit 
program; 

( 7 ) any other information the Department or local permit 
officer deems necessary for a thorough and complete 
re\iew of the application must be pro\'ided. Any 
application not in compliance w ilh these requirements 
will be returned to the applicant along with a cover 
letter explaining the deficiencies of the application 
and will not be considered accepted until it is 
resubmitted and determined to be complete and 
sufficient. If a local permit officer receives an 
application for a permit that the local permit officer 
lacks authority to grant, the permit officer shall return 
the application with inlormation as to how the 
application may be properly considered; and 

(8) For development proposals subject to review under 



the North Carolina Environmental Policy Act 

(NCEPA), G.S. 113A-100 et. seq.. the permit 

application will be complete only on submission of 

the appropriate environmental assessment document. 

(c) Upon acceptance of a major development and/or dredge 

and fill permit as complete, the Department shall, within a 

reasonable time, send a letter to the applicant setting forth the 

data on which acceptance was made. 

td) If the application is found to be incomplete or inaccurate 
after processing has begun or if additional information from the 
applicant is necessary to adequately assess the project, the 
processing will be terminated pending receipt of the necessary 
changes or necessary information from the applicant. During the 
pendency of any termination of processing, the permit 
processing period will not run. If the changes or additional 
information significantly alters the project proposal, the 
application will be considered new and the permit processing 
period will begin to run from that date. 

(e) Any violation occurring at a proposed project site for 
which an application is being reviewed will be processed 
according to the procedures in 15A NCAC 7J .0408 - 0410. If 
the violation substantially altered the proposed project site, and 
restoration is deemed necessary, the applicant will be notified 
that processing of the application will be suspended pending 
compliance with the notice of required restoration. Satisfactory 
restoration of any unauthorized development that has 
substantially altered a project site is deemed necessary to allow 
a complete review of the application and an accurate assessment 
of the projects potential impacts. The applicant will be notified 
that permit processing has resumed, and that a new processing 
deadline has been established once the required restoration has 
been deemed satisfactory by the Division of Coastal 
Management or Local Permit Officer. 

(f) If during the public comment period a question is raised 
as to public rights of access across the subject property, the 
Division of Coastal Management will examine the access issue 
prior to making a permit decision. Any indi\idual or 
governmental entity initiating action to judicially recognize a 
public right of access must obtain a court order to suspend 
processing of the permit application. Should the parties to legal 
action resolve the issue, permit processing will continue. 

AnthorlrxG.S. J13A-]19; IJ3A-U9.I; 113A-122(c): U3A-124; 
113-229. 

SECTION .0400 - FINAL APPROVAL 
AND ENFORCEMENT 

.0404 DEVELOPMENT PERIOD EXTENSION 

(a) Where no development has been initiated during the 
development period, the permitting authority shall extend the 
authorized development period for no more than two years upon 
receipt of a signed and dated request from the applicant 
containing the following: 

(1) a statement of the intention of the applicant to 
- complete the work within a reasonable time; 

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completed before the expiration of the current permit; 

(3) a statement that there has been no change of plans 
since the issuance of the original permit other than 
changes that would have the effect of reducing the 
scope of the project, or. previously approved permit 
modifications; 

(4) notice of any change in ownership of the property to 
be dexeloped and a request for transfer of the permit 
if appropriate; and 

(5) a statement that the project is in comphance with all 
conditions of the current perniit. 

Where substantial development, either within or outside the 
AEC, has begun and is continuing on a permitted project, the 
permitting authority shall grant as many two year extensions as 
necessary to complete the initial development. Renewals for 
maintenance and repairs of previously approved projects may be 
granted for periods not to exceed 10 years. 

(b) When an extension request has not met the criteria of 
Paragraph (a) of this Rule, the Department may circulate the 
request to the commenting state agencies along with a copy of 
the original permit application. Commenting agencies will be 
given three weeks in which to comment on the extension 
request. Upon the expiration of the commenting period the 
Department will notify the applicant promptly of its actions on 
the extension request. 

(c) Notwithstanding Paragraphs (a) and (b) of this Rule, an 
extension request may be denied on making findings as required 
in either G.S. 113A-120 or G.S. lLV229(e). Changes in 
circumstances or in development standards will be considered 
and applied to the maximum extent practical by the permitting 
authority in making a decision on an extension request. 

(d) The applicant for a major development extension request 
must submit, with the request, a check or money order payable 
to the Department in the sum of f i fty dollars ($50.00). one 
hundred dollars ($100.00). 

(e) Modifications to extended permits may be considered 
pursuant to 15A NCAC 7J .0405. 

Auilwnry G.S. J13A-JJ9; 1 13A-124{cH8). 

.0405 PERMIT MODIFICATION 

(a) An applicant may modify his permitted major 
development and/or dredge and fill project only after approval 
by the Department. In order to modify a permitted project the 
applicant must make a written request to the Department 
showing in detail the proposed modifications. Minor 
modifications may be shown on the existing approved 
application and plat. Modification requests which, in the 
opinion of the Department, are major will require a new 
application. Modification requests are subject to the same 
processing procedure applicable to original permit applications. 
A permit need not be circulated to all agencies commenting on 
the original application if the Commission determines that the 
modification is so minor that circulation would serve no 
purpose. 

(b) Modifications to a permitted project which are imposed 



or made at the request of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers or 

other federal agencies must be approved by the Department 

under provisions of 

Paragraph (a) of this Rule dealing with permit modificatit)n 

procedures. 

(c) Simple modifications of certain projects for the benefit of 
private waterfront property owners which meet the following 
criteria will be considered minor modifications and will not 
require a new permit application, but must be appro\ed under 
the provisions of Paragraph (a) of this Rule: 

( 1 ) for bulkheads: 

(A) Bulkhead must be positioned so as not to 
extend more than an average distance of two 
feet waterward of the mean high water contour; 
in no place shall the bulkhead be more than 
five feet waterward of the mean high water 
contour; and 

(B ) All backfill must come from an upland source; 
and 

(C) No marsh area may be excavated or filled; and 

(D) Work must be undertaken because of the 
necessity to prevent significant loss of private 
residential propertv due to erosion; and 

(E) The bulkhead must be constructed prior to any 
backfilling activities; and 

(F) The bulkhead must be constructed so as to 
prevent seepages of backfill materials through 
the bulkhead; and 

(G) The bulkhead may not be constructed in the 
Ocean Hazard AEC; 

(2) for piers, docks and boathouses; 

( A ) The modification or addition may not be within 
150 feet of the edge of a federally-maintained 
channel; and 

( B ) The structure, as modified, must be 200 feet or 
less in total length offshore; and 

(C) The structure, as modified, must not extend 
past the four feet mean low water contour line 
(four feet depth at mean low water) of the 
walerbody; and 

(D) The project as modified, must not exceed six 
feet in width; and 

(E) The modification or addition must not include 
an enclosed structure; and 

(F) The project will continue to be used for 
private, residential purposes; 

{?<) for boatramps: 

(A) The project, as moditied, would not exceed 10 
feet in width and 20 feet offshore; and 

(B) The project will continue to be used for 
prnate. residential purposes. 

(d) An applicant may modify his permitted minor 
de\elopment project only alter appro\al by the local 
permit-letting authority. In order to modify a permitted project 
the applicant must make a written request to the local minor 
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modifications. Tiie request shall be reviewed in consultation 
with the appropriate Division of Coastal Management field 
consultant and granted if all of the following provisions are met: 

( 1 ) The size of the project is expanded less than 20 
percent of the size of the originally permitted project; 
and 

(2) A signed, written statement is obtained from all 
adjacent riparian property owners indicating they 
have no objections to the proposed modifications; and 

(3) The proposed modifications are consistent with all 
local, state, and federal standards and local Land Use 
Plans in effect at the time of the modification 
requests; and 

(4) The type or nature of development is not changed. 
Failure to meet these provisions will necessitate the submission 
of a new permit application. 

(e) The applicant for a major permit modification must 
submit with the request a check or money order payable to the 
Department in the sum of fifty do l la r s ($50,001 one hundred 
d(illars($100.00) for a minor modification and two hundred fifty 
dollars ($250.00) for a major modification. 

Authontx G.S. 113A-1I9: I ]3A-124(cj(5): 113-229. 

.0406 PERMIT ISSUANCE AND 
TRANSFER 

(a) Upon approval of an application and issuance of the 
permit, the permit shall be delivered to the applicant, or to any 
person designated by the applicant to receive the permit, by first 
class mail or any appropriate means. 

(b) Anyone holding a permit may not assign, transfer, sell, or 
otherwise dispose of a permit to a third party. 

(c) No right, privilege, or benefit under a permit may be 
transferred by levy or other judicial sale, and a permit subject to 
any such proceeding is null and void. 

(d) A permit may be transferred to a new party at the 
discretion of the Director of the Division of Coastal 
Management upon finding each of the following: 

( 1 ) a written request from the new owner or developer of 
the involved properties; 

(2) a deed, a sale, lease, or option to the proposed new 
party showing the proposed new party as having the 
sole legal right \o develop the project; 

( 3 ) that the applicant transferee will use the permit for the 
purposes for which it was issued; 

(4) no substantial change in conditions, circumstances, or 
facts affecting the project; 

( 5 ) no substantial change or modification of the project as 
proposed in the original application. 

(e) A person aggrieved by a decision of the Director as to the 
transfer of a permit may request a declaratory ruling by the 
Coastal Resources Commission as per 15A NCAC 7J .0600, et. 
seq. 

(f) The applicant for a permit transfer must submit with the 
request a check or money order payable to the Department in the 
sum of fifty dollars ($50.00). one hundred dollars ($100.00). 



Authority- G.S. II3A-118ic}: 113A-1 19(a). 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
tliat the Coastal Resources Commission intends to amend 
tlie rules cited as 15A NCAC 7M .0307. .0401 -.0403. Notice of 
Rule-making Proceedings was published in the Register on Max 
14. 1999 for 15A NCAC 7M .0307: and on August 14, 1998. 
November 2, 1998 and July 1. 1999 for 15A NCAC 7M .0401- 
.0403. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 2000 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 4:30 p.m. on November 
18. 1999 at the Coast Line Convention Center, 501 Nutt Street, 
Wilmington. NC 28401. 

Reason for Proposed Action: 

ISA NCAC 7M .0307: These amendments to the Public Beach 

and Coastal Wateifnmt Access Program will address eligibility 

criteria for the awarding of funds for the replacement of aging 

facilities at previously funded shorefront access sites. 

ISA NCAC 7M .0401:0403: The amendments to the state's 

energy policies will enhance the state 's authority to object to 

offshore energy proposals that max impact coastal resources or 

use for which inadequate uiformation has been submitted 

regarding impacts. 

Comment Procedures: 

ISA NCAC 7M .0307: Contact Mike Lopozanski, Division of 

Coastal Management. POBox27687. Raleigh. NC2761 1-7687. 

Comments will be accepted through December /. 7999. 

ISA NCAC 7M .0401:0403: Contact Kim Crawford. Division 

of Coastal Management. PO Box 27687. Raleigh, NC 27611- 

7687 . Comments will be accepted through December 1. 1999. 



Fiscal Impact 
State Local Sub. 
/ / 



None 



/ 



ISA NCAC 7M. 0307 

ISA NCAC 7M .0401:0403 



CHAPTER 7 - COASTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 7M - GENERAL POLICY 
GUIDELINES FOR THE COASTAL AREA 

SECTION .0300 - SHOREFRONT 

.0307 ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS/GRANT 
SELECTION CRITERIA 

Any local government in the 20 coastal county region having 
ocean beaches, estuarine or public trust waters within its 
jurisdiction may apply for access funds: 
( I ) Eligible projects include: 

(a) Land acquisition, including acquisition of 



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unbuildable lots; 

(b) Local Access Sites: 

(c) Neighborhood Access Sites; 

(d) Regional Access Sites; 

(e) Multi-regional Access Sites; 

(fl Urban waterfront development projects; and 
(g) Reconstruction or relocation of existing, 

damaged facilit i es, facilities; and 
(h) Reconstruction or replacement (vl aginj 

facilities. 

(2) The following general criteria will be used to select 
projects that may receive financial assistance. These 
criteria assist the Division of Coastal Management in 
carrying out the goals of this program. Other factors 
may also be considered in the funding decision: 

(a) Applicant demonstrates a need for the project 
due to a high demand for public access and 
limited opporiuniiies; 

(b) Project is identified in a local beach or 
waterfront access plan: 

(c) Applicant has not received previous assistance 
from this grant program: 

(d) Applicant's commitment of matching funds 
exceeds the required local share of the total 
project cost provided in Item (3) of this Rule: 

(e) Project proposal includes multiple funding 
sources; 

(f) TTie project location includes donated land 
deemed unbuildable due to regulations or 
physical limitations: and 

(g) Applicant has demonstrated its ability to 
complete previous projects successfully with 
funds from this grant program, proiiram: and 

(h) Applicant has demonstrated its ability to 
operate and maintain facilities previoush 
funded thniugh this grant pro^iram. 

(3) Local go\ernment contributions must be at least 25 
percent of the project costs. At least one half of the 
local contribution must be cash match: the remainder 
may be in-kind match. 

(4) Multi-phase projects and previous contingency 
projects will be considered on their own merits within 
the pool of applications being reviewed in that year. 

Authority G.S. llM-124: 113A-134.3. 

SECTION .0400 - COASTAL ENERGY POLICIES 

.0401 DECLARATION OF GENERAL 
POLICY 

(a) It is hereby declared that the general welfare and public 
interest require that reliable sources of energy be made available 
to the citizens of North Carolina. It is further declared that the 
development of energy facilities and energy resources within the 
state and in offshore waters can serve important regional and 
national interests. Howexer. unwise de\elopment of energy 



facilities or energy resources can conflict with the recognized 
and equally important public interest that rests in conserving and 
protecting the valuable land and water resources of the state and 
nation, particularly coastal lands and waters. Therefore, in order 
to balance the public benefits attached to necessary energy 
development against the need to protect valuable coastal 
resources, the planning of future land uses, the exercise of 
regulatory authority, and determinations of consistency with the 
North Carolina Coastal Management Program shall assure that 
the development of energy facilities and energy resources shall 
avoid significant adverse impact upon vital coastal resources or 
uses, public trust areas and public access rights. 

(b) Exploration for the development of offshore and Outer 
Continental Shelf (OCS) energy resources has the potential to 
affect coastal resources. The Federal Coastal Zone Management 
Act of 1972, as amended, requires that federal oil and gas 
leasing actions of the US Department of the Interior be 
consistent to the maximum extent practicable with the 
enforceable policies of the federally approved North Carolina 
Coastal Management Program. Program, and that exploration. 
de\elopment and production actixities associated with such 
leases complx with those enforceable policies. Enforceable 
policies applicable to OCS activities include all the provisions 
and policies of this Rule, as well as any other applicable 
federally approved components of the North Carolina Coastal 
Management Program. All permit applications, plans and 
assessments related to exploration or development of OCS 
resources and other relevant energy facilities must contain 
sufficient information to allow adequate analysis of the 
consistency of all proposed activities with these Rules and 
policies. 

Authority G.S. J13A-]U2(b): 113A-J07: 113A-124. 

.0402 DEFINITIONS 

(a) "Impact Assessment" is an analysis which fully discusses 

the potential en\ironmental. economic and social consequenc e s 

consequences, including cumulative and secondary impacts, of 

a proposed project. At a minimum, the assessment shall include 

the following iiiloiiiiat i oii. and for each of the following shall 

discuss and assess any effects on any land or water use i>r 

natural resource of the coastal area, including the effects within 

the coastal area caused hv actnities outside the coastal area: 

( I ) a full discussion of the preferred sites for those 

elements of the project affecting any land or water use 

or natural resource of the coastal area. 

(A) In all cases where the preferred site is located 
within an area of environmental concern 
( AEC ) or on a barrier island, the applicant shall 
identify alternative sites considered and present 
a full discussion [in terms of Subparagraphs 
(a)(2) through (9) of this Rule] of the reasons 
why the chosen location was deemed more 
suitable than another feasible alternate site. 

(B) If the preferred site is not located within an 
AEC or on a barrier island, the applicant shall 



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(2) 



(3) 

(4) 

(5) 
(6) 

m 



present reasonable evidence to support the 

proposed location over a feasible alternate site. 

(C) In those cases where an applicant chooses a 

site previously identified by the state as 

suitable for such development and the site is 

outside an AEC or not on a barrier island, 

alternative site considerations shall not be 

required as part of this assessment procedure; 

a full discussion of the economic impacts, both 

positive and negative, of the proposed project. This 

discussion shall focus on economic impacts to the 

public, not on matters that are purely internal to the 

corporate operation of the applicant. No proprietary 

or confidential economic data shall be required. This 

discussion shall include analysis of likely adverse 

impacts upon the ability of any governmental unit to 

furnish necessary services or facilities as well as other 

secondary impacts of significance; 

a full discussion of potential adverse impacts on 

es tuar ine o r coastal r esou r ces resources, including 

marine and estuarine resources and wildlife resources. 

as defined in G.S. 113-129; 



a full discussion of potential adverse impacts on 

existing industry and potential limitations on the 

availability of natural resources, particularly water. 

for future industrial development; 

a full discussion of potential significant adverse 

impacts on recreational uses and scenic. 

archaeological and historic resources; 

a full discussion of potential risks of danger to human 

life or property; 

a full discussion of the procedures and time needed to 

secure an energy facility in the event of severe 

weather conditions, such as extreme wind, currents 

and waves due to northeasters and hurricanes; 

ff) (8) other specific data necessary for the various state and 
federal agencies and commissions with jurisdiction to 
evaluate the consistency of the proposed project with 
relevant standards and guidelines; 

(^ l9j a specific demonstration that the proposed project is 
consistent with relevant local land use plans and with 
guidelines governing land uses in AECs. 

If app r opria t e environmental documents are p re pa r ed and 



reviewed under t he 



ttal 



under t n e p r ovisions of the National Enviro n me nt 
Policy Act (NEPA) o r the Noilh Carol i na Environmental Policy 
Act (NCEPA), this review will satisfy this definition of "impact 
assessment" if all issues listed in this Rule are addressed and 
these documents are submit t ed in suffic i e n t time to be us e d to 
review state permit a pp licatio n s fo r the project o r subs e quent 
consistency deter m ina t ions. 

Anv impact assessment for a proposal for oil or gas exploration 
activities shall include a fuJi discussion of the items described in 
Subparagraphs (a)( 1 ) through (9) of this Rule for associated 
exploration activity, including all reasonably foreseeable 
exploration wells and any delineation activities that are 
reasonably likely to follow a discovery of oU or gas. 

(b) "Major energy facilities" are those energy facilities which 



because of their size, magnitude or scope of impacts, have the 
potential to affect any land or water use or natural resource of 
the coastal area. For purposes of this definition, major energy 
facilities shall include, but are not necessarily limited to. the 
following: 

( 1 ) Any facility capable of refining oil; 

(2) Any terminals (and associated facilities) capable of 
handling, processing, or storing liquid propane gas, 
liquid natural gas, or synthetic natural gas; 

(3) Any oil or gas storage facility that is capable of 
storing 15 million gallons or more on a single site; 

(4) Electric generating facilities 300 MGW or larger; 

(5) TheiTnal energy generation; 

(6) Major pipelines 12 inches or more in diameter that 
carry crude petroleum, natural gas. liquid natural gas. 
liquid propane gas. or synthetic gas; 

(7) Structures, including drillships and floating platforms 
and structures relocated from other states or countries, 
located in offshore waters for the purposes of 
exploration for. or development or production of. oil 
or natural gas; and 

(8) Onshore support or staging facilities related to 
exploration for. or development or production of. oil 
or natural gas. 

(c) "Offshore waters" are those waters seaward of the state's 
three-mile offshore jurisdictional boundary in which 
development activities may impact any land or water use or 
natural resource of the state's coastal area. 

AinhorinG.S. ]LU-J02(b): 113A-107: 113A-124. 

.0403 POLICY STATEMENTS 

(a) The placement and operations of major energy facilities 
in or affecting any land or water use or natural resource of the 
North Carolina coastal area shall be done in a manner that 
allows for protection of the environment and local and regional 
socio-economic goals as set forth in the local land-use plan(s) 
and State guidelines in 15A NCAC 7H and 7M. The placement 
and operation of such facilities shall be consistent with 
established state standards and rules and shall comply with local 
land use plans and with guidelines for land uses in AECs. 

(b) Proposals, plans and permit applications for major energy 
facilities to be located in or affecting any land or water use or 
natural resource of the North Carolina coastal area shall include 
a full disclosure of all costs and benefits associated with the 
project. This disclosure shall be prepared at the earliest feasible 
stage in planning for the project and shall be in the form of an 
impact assessment prepared by the applicant as defined in 15A 
NCAC 7M .0402. If appropriate environmental documents are 
prepared and reviewed under the provisions of the National 
Environmental Policy Act [NEPA] or the North Carolina 
Environmental Policy Act (NCEPA). this review will satisfy the 
definition ot' "impact assessment" if aH issues listed in this Rule 
are addressed and these documents are submitted in sufficient 
time to be used to review state pennit applications for the project 
or subsequent consistency determinations. 

(c) Local governments shall not unreasonably restrict the 



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development of necessary energy facilities; however, tiiey may 
develop siting measures that will minimize impacts to local 
resources and to identify potential sites suitable for energy 
facilities, 

(d) Energy facilities that do not require shorefront access 
shall he sited inland of the shoreline areas. In instances when 
shoreline portions of the coastal zone area are necessary 
locations, shoreline siting shall be acceptable only if it can be 
demonstrated that coastal resources and public trust waters will 
be adequately protected, the public's right to access and passage 
will not be unreasonably restricted, and all reasonable mitigating 
measures have been taken to minimize impacts to AECs. 

(e) The scenic and visual qualities of coastal areas shall be 
considered and protected as important public resources. Energy 
development shall be sited and designed to provide maximum 
protection of views to and along the ocean, sounds and scenic 
coastal areas, and to minimize the alteration of natural 
landforms. 

(f) All energy facilities in or affecting any land or water use 
or natural resource of the coastal area shall be sited and operated 
so as to b e consiste n t comply with the following criteria: to the 
maximum extent practicable . 

( 1 ) Risks of en\ 'i ronine i ital liaiin to fisli spawning areas. 
i n o r affectu i g the coastal area, sha l l be assessed a n d 
ininimized. Adverse impacts on resources of the 
coastal area, including marmc and cstuarinc resc^urces 
and wildlife resources, as dellned m G S 1 1 ■^- 1 2^^. 
and ad\ crsc impacts on land or water uses in the 
coastal area shall be avoided unless site specific 
information demonstrates that there will be no adverse 
impacts on land or water uses or natural resources of 
the coastal area. 

(2) Risks of environmental harm to coastal resources and 
uses shall be assessed and minimized. Necessary data 
and information required by the state for state permits 
and federal consistency reviews, pursuant to 15 CFR 
part 9.^0, shall completely assess the risks of oil spills, 
evaluate possible trajectories, and enumerate response 
and mitigation measures employing the best available 
technology to be followed in the event of a spill. The 
information must demonstrate that the potential for oil 
spills and ensuing damage to coastal resources has 
been minimized and shall factor environmental 
conditions, currents, winds, and inclement events 
such as northeasters and hurricanes, in trajectory 
scenarios. For facilities requiring an Oil Spill 
Contingency Response Plan, this information shall be 
included in such a plan. 

{?>) Dredging, spoil disposal and construction of related 
structures that are reasonably likely to affect any land 
or water use or natural resource of the coastal area 
shall be minimized, and any unavoidable actions of 
this sort shall minimize damage to the marine 
environment. 

(4) Damage to or interference with existing or traditional 
uses, such as fishing, navigation and access to public 



trust areas, and areas with high biological or 
recreational value, shall be avoided to the extent that 
such damage or interference is reasonably likely to 
affect any land or water use or natural resource of the 
coastal area. 

(5) Placement ofstructures in geologically unstable areas, 
such as unstable sediments and acti\e faults, shall be 
avoided to the extent that damage to such structures 
resulting from geological phenomena is reasonably 
likely to attect any land or water use or natural 
resource of the coastal area. 

(6) W i ldlife dest r uc ti o n o r rel ocation shall be assessed 
an d mi n imiz e d to the exte n t that such destructio n o r 



r elocation is re asonably l i kely to affect any land or 
wat e r use o r n atu r al re sou r ce of t he coastal area. 
Procedures necessary to secure an energy facility in 
the event of se\ere weather conditions, such as 
extreme wind, currents and wa\ es due to northeasters 
and hurricanes, shall be initialed sufficiently in 
advance of the commencement of severe weather to 
ensure that ad\crse impacts on an\ land or water use 
or natural resource of the coastal area shall be 
avoided. 

( 7 ) Adverse impacts on species identified as threatened or 
endangered on Federal or State lists shall be avoided. 

(8) Major energy facilities are not appropriate uses in 
fragile or historic areas, and other areas containing 
en\ ironmental or natural resources of more than local 
significance, such as parks, recreation areas, wildlife 
refuges, and historic sites. 

(9) No energy facilities shall be sited in areas where they 
pose a threat to the integrity of the facility and 
surrounding areas, such as ocean front areas with high 
erosion rates, areas having a history of overwash or 
inlet formation, and areas in the vicinity of existing 
inlets. 

( 10) In the siting of energy facilities and related structures, 
the following areas shall be avoided: to the maximum 
extent practicab l e : 

(A) areas ofhigh biological significance, including 
offshore reefs, rock outcrops and hard bottom 
areas, sea turtle nesting beaches, freshwater 
and saltwater wetlands, primary or sec()ndarv 
nursery areas, areas and essential fish 
habitat-habitat areas of particular concern as 
dcsiiinaled by the appropriate fisheries 
manaiiemcnt atienc\. submerged aquatic 
vegetation beds, shellfish beds, anadromous 
fish spawning and nursery areas, and colonial 
bird nesting colonies; 

(B) major tracts of maritime forest and other 
important natural areas as identified by the 
North Carolina Natural Heritage Program; 

(C) crossings of streams, rivers, and lakes except 
for existing readily-accessible corridors; 

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(E) artificial reefs, shipwrecks, and submerged 
archaeological resources; 

(F) dump sites; 

(G) areas of large dunes or well-developed frontal 
dune systems; 

(H) heavily developed and heavily used recreation 
areas. 
H-Ji Where impacts on these areas cannot be avoided, and 
the impact affects a n y land or water use or natural 
resource — of the — coastal — aretr — damage — slraH — be 
mitigated to the max i mu m extent practicable, and 
affected areas shall be resto r ed to their o r igi n a l 
functions pursuant to a pla n of r eclamation, which 
must be a part of the consistency determination or 
permit. 

(11) M^ Construction of energy facilities shall occur only 

during periods of lowest biological vulnerability. 
Nesting and spawning periods shall be avoided. 

(12) (-f^ If facilities located m the coastal area are abandoned, 

habitat of equal value to or greater than that existing 
prior to construction shall be restored as soon as 
practicable followmg abandonment. For abandoned 
facilities outside the coastal area, habitat in the areas 
shall be restored to its preconstruction state and 
functions as soon as practicable if the abandonment of 
the structure is reasonably likely to affect any land or 
water use or natural resource of the coastal area. 

Antliorin- G.S. U3A-102{b}: 1I3A-107: J13A-I24. 



TITLE 19A - DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21 .2 
that the NC Department of Transportation - Division of 
Highways intends to adopt the rules cited as 19A NCAC 2E 
.0224:0225, amend the rides cited as 19A NCAC 2E .0201- 
.0203. .0206. .0208-.0214. .0603-.0604. Notice of Ride-making 
Proceedings was published in die Register on Aitgii.'it 2. 1999. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1, 2000 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. 
on November 16. 1999 at the Highway Building Auditorium, 1 
South Wilmington Street. Raleigh, NC 27611. 

Reason for Proposed Action: Rules are proposed for 
amendment or adoption to clarify ambiguities in the current 
Outdoor Advertising rules. The changes will simplif}- the 
permitting processes and administration of die program. The 
proposed changes will improve the overall effectiveness of the 
Outdoor Advertising Program. 

Comment Procedures: Any interested person may submit 
written comments on the proposed rules by mailing the 
comments to Emily Lee, NC Department ofTransportaticm, PO 



Bo.x 25201, Raleigh, NC 27611 by December 1, 1999. 

Fiscal Impact 
State Local Sub. None 
/ 

CHAPTER 2 - DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 

SUBCHAPTER 2E - MISCELLANEOUS OPERATIONS 

SECTION .0200 - OUTDOOR ADVERTISING 

.0201 DEFINITIONS FOR OUTDOOR 
ADVERTISING CONTROL 

tsd Commercial or Industrial Activities for Unzoned Areas 
m ean those activiti e s ge n erally recognized as commercial or 
in d us trial by zoni n g autho r ities in the state. 

Hi A n y commercial or indust r ial activity shall meet all of 
the following criter i a to qualif y an area unzoned 
commercial o r industrial fo r the purpose of outdoor 
advertising cont r ol : 

tk) The activity shall have all privilege lice n se(s) 

r equired by local, sta t e, o r f e deral authorities as 

required by law; 

(fii The property used for the activity sha ll b e 

l i sted fo r ad valorem taxes with the cou n ty and 

municipal taxing authoriti e s as required by 

law; 

t€i The activ ' ity shall be served by available 

utiliti e s (power, telephone, water, and s e wer); 

(i» The activity shall have direct or indirect 

generator — of 



(^ 



vehicular 



a n d — be — a- 



access 

vehicular traffic; 
(d The activity shall liave a permanent building 

designed, built or modified for its current 

commerc i al or industrial use. and the building 

m ust h e located witfiin 6G0 feel from the 

nearest edge of th e r ight of way; 
(F) There shall be commercial or industrial activity 

at the location six months before the area 

qualifies for sign(s); 
(Cr) Employee! s) shall be on site during normal 

worki n g hours which are considered usual. 

normal, and customa r y for that type activity; 
iWi There shall be a frequency of operations which 

is cons i dered usual, i i oimal and customary for 

that type commercial oi industiial operation; 

and 
fB The activity shall be visible and lecognizable 

as commercial o r indust r ial. 
For the pur p ose of cont r olling outdooi adve r tising, 
n o ne of tl i e following activi t ies shall be comme r c i al 
01 industrial : 

(Af Outdoor advertising structures; 
(fr) Agricultural. — forestry. — r anching. — grazing. 

farming, and related activities, including, but 



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not limited to tempniai ' v wayside f r esh produce 

stands: 
t€l T r ans ie nt or tempi ir ary ac ti vities: 
t6l Activities not visible f r o m liie main traveled 

way : 
td Acti\ ' iti e s mo r e t han 660 feet from th e nearest 

ed ge o f the right of way: 
(P) Activ i ti e s conducted in a huilding principally 

used as a res i denc e : 
tG) Railroad tracks and mino r s i dings: 
tHi Any outdoo r adv er tising act i vity or any other 

business o r co mm ercial activity carried on in 

connectio n — wrth — an — outdoor — advertising 



tti A n y activity which is seasonal o r not in 

o p e r a t ion for t he t welve continuous m o n ths 

immediately preceding the appl i cation for an 

outdoor advertising peiiviil: 

til Illegal junkyards, as d e fined in GS 136-146. 

and nonconforming junkyards as set out i n GS 

136-147. 

(+r) Zoned Commercial or Industrial Areas means those areas 

w h ic h are zoned for business, industrv. comme r ce, o r tr ade 



p u r sua n t to a slate or local zoning ordinance or regu l at i on. 

(rl Unzoned Commercial or Industrial Areas means those 
areas which are not zoned by stale or local law. regu l ation, or 
ordinance, and which are within 660 feet of the nearest edge of 
the right-of-way of the i nierstate or federal-aid primary system 
in wh i ch there are located one or ii i oie [TCiiiiaiiei i l structures 
devoted to a commercial or industrial acli\ ' i l y or on which a 
commercial or industrial activity is actualK conducted, and the 
area along the highway extending outward 800 feel f r om and 
beyond the edge of such activity. Gach side of the inierstate or 
federal-aid primary route shall be considered separately. — Ail 
measuremen t s shall begin from the outer edges of regularly u.sed 
buildings, parking lots, storage or processing areas of the 
commercial or industrial activities, not from the property line of 
the activities, and shall b e along the edge of pavement of the 
highway. 

ttH Main Trav e l e d Wav and Trav e led Way mean part of 



p r ese r va t ion and e nhanc e ment of beauty. 
tgl Pa r kla n d mea n s a n y pu b l i c l y owned land which is 



dcs 



re at i on a r ea, w i ldl i fe or 



Jesignat e d o r us e d as a pu n l i c p a r k, r ec 
waterfowl refuge or historic site. 

r+r) Freeway means a divided arterial highway for through 
traff i c wit h fu l l control of access. 

fil Di r ectio n al a n d Oth er Off i cial Signs and Not i c e s include 
publ i c utility signs, se r v i c e c lu b a n d r e l igious notices, and public 
service signs. 

fjl Off i cial Signs and No t ic e s mean sig n s and notic e s ere cted 
and maintained by public officers o r public ag en cies w i thi n the ir 
te r ritorial or zon i ng j ur i sd i ctions and pursuant to and i n 
acco r dance with federal, state, or local law for the pur p ose of 
c a rr yi n g out an official duty or responsibility. — Historical 
markers author i zed by slate law and erected by state or local 
gover nme nt age n cies o r nonprofit h i stor i cal societies may b e 

t+r) Pu b lic Utility Signs mean warning signs, i i ifoimatio i ial 
si gns, n otices, o r m a r k e rs which are customarily erected and 
ma in tai n ed b y publicly o r privately owned public utilities, as 
esse nt ial to t h ei r ope r ations. 

fH Se r v i c e Clu b a n d Religious Notic e s mean signs and 
n otic e s a u tho r iz e d by law which re l ate to meetings of nonprofit 
s e r vice clubs, charitable associations, or rel i gious services. 
These signs shall n ot exceed eight square feel in area. 

trrrt Pub l ic Serv i ce Signs means signs located on school bus 
stop shelters w h ich: 

t+1 Identif y the dono r , sponsor or contributor of said 

shelte r s: 
t^ Contain no other message: and 
r3l Are — located on — schocil — bm — shelters — which — are 
authorized or approved by city, county, or state law. 
regulation, or ordinance, and at places approved by 
th e city, coun t y, or sta t e agency co n trolling the 
highway involved. 
(4-) Pu b l i c — Service — Sig n s contain — sa fety — slogans or 
m e ssages which shal l occup y n ot l e ss than 60 percent 
of the a r ea of th e sig n . Public Se r vic e Sig n s may not 
e xce e d 32 sq ua re feel in a r ea. N(n more than one sign 
on each shelt er shall fac e in any one di r ection. 
trr) D ire c ti o n al S ie ns mean sig n s containi n a directional 



part o i a 
highway on which through traffic is carried. In t he case of a 
div i d e d highway, the traveled way of each of the separated information about public places cnv n ed or operated by federal. 
r oadways for tr affic in opposite directions is a traveled way. It 
does not include fr ontage roads, turning roadways, or parking 
areas. 



tn St 



Mg n m e a n s any outdoo r sign, outdoor adve rt ising sign 
st r uc t ure, di s play, light, device, figure, painting, drawing, 
m e ssage, pla c a r d, p ost er , b i ll b o ar d, or other object which is 
d e signed, intended, or used t o advertise o r info im oi any part of 



t he adv e rti 



i. ' crtising or iii l oiiiial i on which i s vis i ble fr om a n y part o t 
the main-t r av e l e d way of the inte r s t ate o r f e d er al-aid p r ima r y 



highway s y s t em. 



r ticula r beautv 



tf) Scenic A r ea m e ans any area oi pa r ticular h eaut y or 
h i storical significanc e as deten i iin e d bv the federal, state, or 



stat e , or local governments or their agencies: publ i cly or 
p ri \ a t ely own e d n a t ural p he n omena, histor i c, cultura l , scienti f ic, 
educationa l , a n d r e li g i ous s i tes: and areas of natural scenic 
beauty or na t urally su i ted for ou t door recreation, deemed to be 
i n th e i n te r est of the tra\ 'e l i ng public. 

ttr) Con t rolled-Access Highway means h i ghway on which 
entrance and exit accesses die peiiiiilted only a t designated 
points. 

tjr) On-prcm i se Sig n m eans a sig n w hi c h adve rti ses the sal e 
o r l ease of p r ope rty upo n wh i c h it i s l o c a te d or — advertises 
ac ti v i t i es co n ducted o n the p r o p e rt y upo n which it is l ocat e d. 



local of f icials having ju r isdic ti o n the r eof, a n d includes -i nteresis 
fn — land — which — have — been — a c qu ire d — for — the — restoration. 



An o n - pr emisc sign may not n e co n ve r ted to a pei i iiitlea outdoo r 
advertising structure unless it meets all rules in effec t at th e t i m e 
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ttfl Lea s e mea ns an ag r eement, i n w r iting, by whi c h 
possessio n o r use (i t l and or i n te r ests the r e in i s g i \ ' e n by the 
owner to a n o th e r person lo r a specified pe r it i d ot t im e. 

(T) Bla n k S i g n m e a n s a sign face which co n tai n s no 
adve rt ising m essag e o r which con t ai n s a m essage advertising its 
availability. 

tD Abandoned Sign mea n s a s ig n in which th e sig n owner no 
longer has a n interest. Abs e nc e of a valid l e ase is one indication 
of an abandoned sign. 

(t) Destroyed Sign means a sign no longer in existence due to 
facto r s other than vandalism or other criminal or tortious acts. 
Examp l es are a sign wh i ch has b een completely blow n dow n b y 
th e wi n d o r a sign wh i ch has b e e n s i g n if i ca nt ly damaged. A 
sign i fica n tly da m ag e d si gn i s a s i g n with damages e sti mated by 
the appropriate district engineer to exceed 5U percent of the sign 
structure. 

ttr) Sign Conforming by V ir tue of the "G r a n dfa th e r Clau se " 
me a n s a s ign legally e re cted p r ic n' to the e ffective date of the 
Outdoor Adve rti si n g Cont r ol Act in a zoned or unzoned 
commercial or industrial area which does not meet the standards 
for size, spacing and l i ghting pas s ed at a l at er date. 

iyl Conforming Sig n mea n s a sign l eg al l y erected in a zoned 
or un z o ned co mm erc i al or industr i al area which meets all current 
standards for size, s p ac i ng a n d l i ght i ng. 

iyr) An existi n g sign shall b e conside r ed d i lap i dated when it 
is i n disr e pai r , sha bby o r n eglected, when it fails to be in t li e 
sa me l o i m as oiigina l ly constructed, o r w h en it fa i ls to perform 
its intended function of co n veying a messag e . — Conditions of 
di l a p ida ti on shall i nc l ude, but not be l imited to. structural 
s u pp o r t failu r e, si g n s no t held as originally constructed, panels 



or borders missing o r f allin g off. i n te n ded mcssa'; 



:annot be 



3crs missing o r i a i ling ort. i n te n aeu messages C c 
inter p ret e d by the m oto ri ng public, or signs which are 
ove r g r own by v egeta t ion. 



fx) Visiblecomme r cial o r in dus tr ia 
that i s c l earlv see n f r o m the mai n - tr aveled wav without visual 



ial o r in dus tri al a c t i v it y means an activity 



TtHrr 



sted 



ai d hy a p e r so n of n oimal ^isual acuity tra\ ' eling at the post i 
spe ed a n d wh i ch is recognizable yea r -round as a comme r cial o r 
industrial activity. 
tyl A sign loca ti o n , for peiinitting purposes, shall be 



m easu re d at the closest I /1 00th of a mik 



th 



[ oi a mile, in conlorma n ce wi 
D ep art m ent of Transportation methods of measurement for all 
state roads. 

tr) This Rule d e fi nes terms used in Articles 1 1 and 1 1 A of 
Chap t e r \M ) of the General Statutes a n d thi s S e ct i o n . 

In addition to the definitions set forth m G.S. 136-128. the 
followin!: definitions shall apply for purposes of outdo>)r 
advertisinti control: 

( 1 ) Abandoned Siizn: A sign that is not being maintained 
as required by the rules. The absence of a \alid lease 
IS one indication of an abandoned sign. An outdoor 
advertising sign structure shall be considered to be 
abandoned if foi a period of twelve (12) months the 
sign has been without a message, contains obsolete 
advertising matter, or is in need of substantial repairs. 

(2) Automatic Changeable Facing Sign: A sign. displa\ . 
or device \\ hich changes the message or copy on the 
sign facing electronically bv movement or rotation of 



(4) 



16) 



m 



(8) 



panels or slats. 

Blank Sign: A sign structure on which all faces 
contain no message, or which contains only a 
telephone number advertising its a\'ailability. 
Comprehensive Zoning: Zoning by local zoning 
auth(iriiies of each parcel of land under the 
lurisdiction ot the local Z(ining authority placed in a 
z(>ning classification pursuant to a comprehensive 



plan, or reserved for lulure classification. 

(a) A comprehensiNC plan means a development 



(b) 



plan which guides decisions by the local 
zoning authority relating to zoning and the 
gr(iwth and de\elopmenl of the area. 
E\en if comprehensively enacted, the 
following criteria shall determine whether such 



zoning is enacted primarily to permit ouidiior 



advertising: 

(i) The zoning classification provides for 
limitedcommercial or industrial activity 



UU 



(HI) 



only incidental to other primary land 

uses. 

The commercial or industrial activities 



are pennitted only bv variance or 

special exceptions: or 

The zoning constitutes spot or strip 



zoning. "Spot zoning" or "strip zoning' 



is zoning designed primarily for the 
purpose of permitting outd()or 



advertising signs in an area which 



would not normally permit outdoor 
advertising. 
(5) Conforming Sign: A sign legally erected in a zoned 



or unzoned commercial or industrial area which meets 



all current legal requirements lor erecting a new sign 

at that site. 

Controlled .Access Highway: A highway on which 



entrance and exit accesses are permitted only at 

designated points. 

Ci>ntrolled Route: Any interstate or federal-aid 



primary highway as it existed on June 1. 1991.and/or 



any highway which is or becomes a part of the 

National Highway Svstem INHS). 

Destroyed Sign: A sign no Kmger in existence due to 



factors other than vandalism or other criminal or 
tortious acts. An example of a destroyed sign 
includes a sign which has been blown down by the 
wind or a sign w hich has been significantly damaged. 



(9) Dilapidated Sign: .\ sign vy hich is shabby, neglected. 



or \n disrepair, or which fails to be in the same lorm 



as originally constructed, or which fails to perform its 



intended function of conxeying a message. 



Characteristics of a dilapidated sign include, but are 



not limited to. structural support failure, a sign not 
supported as originally constructed, panels or holders 



missing or falling off, intended messages cannot be 
interpreted h\ the motoring public, or a sign which is 
blocked by o\ ergrown \ egetalion outside the highway 



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(10) 



LLU 



(12) 
03) 



right of way. 

Directional Sign: A s\^n which contains directional 
inlormation ahciut public places owned or operated hy 
tederal. state, or local gcnemments or their ajicncies: 
publicly or priyatelv owned natural phenomena, 
historic, cultural, scientific, educational, and religious 
sites; and areas of natural scenic beauty or naturally 
suited for outdoor recreation, deemed to he in[ the 
interest of the traveling public. Directicinal and other 
t)fficial signs and ncnices include, but are not limited 
to. public utility signs, seryjce club and religious 
notices, or public service signs, 
(a) Public Ser\ice Sign: A sign located on a 
school bus slcin shelter which meets all the 



(jy) 
(vi) 



following requirements: 
ii] identities the donor, sponsor or 

contributor of said shelter; 
(ii) is located on a school bus shelter which 
js authorized or approved by city, 
county, or state law, regulation, or 
ordinance, and at places approved by the 
city, county, or state agency controlling 
the highway invohed; 
(iii) contains only safety slogans or 
messages which shall occupy not less 
than 60 percent of the area of the sign; 
does not exceed 32 square feet m area; 
and 

contains not more than one sign facing 
m any one direction, 
(h) Public Utility Sign: A warning sign, 
informational sign, notice or other marker 
customarily erected and maintained by publicly 
or privately owned utilities, which are essential 
to their operations. 
(c) Service Club and Religious Notices: Any sign 
or notice authorized by law which relates to 
meetings of nonprofit service clubs, charitable 
associations, or religious services. These signs 
shall not exceed eight square leet in area. 
Discontinued Sign: A sign no longer in existence. A 
discontinued sign includes a sign of which any part of 
a sign face is missing more than 180 days. In some 
cases, a sign may be both discontinued and 
dilapidated. 

Freeway: A divided arterial highway for through 
traffic with full control of access. 
Highway; A highway that is designated as a part of 
the interstate or federal-aid primary highuay system 
as of June J^ 1991. or any highway which js or 
becomes a part of the Nati(^nal Highway System. A 
highway shall be a part of the National Highway 
System on the date the location of the highway has 
been approved finally by the appropriate tederal 
auth()rities. 
(14) Lease: An agreement, in writing, by which 



115] 



(16) 



07] 



(18) 



possession or use of land or interests therein is giyen 
for a specified purpose and period oi' time, and which 
is a \ alid contract under North Carolina laws. 
Main Tra\eled Way or Traveled Way: Part of a 
highway on which through traffic is carried, exclusive 
of paved shoulders. In the case of a divided highway, 
the tra\eled way of each oi' the separated roadways 
for traffic in opposite directions is a traveled way. It 
does noi include frontage roads, turning roadways, or 
parking areas. 

Nonconlc^rming Sign: A sign which was lawfully 
erected but which does not comply with the 
provisions of State law or rules passed at a later date 
or which later fails to comply with Stale law or rules 
due to changed conditicins. For purposes of the 
outdoor adyerlising rules, nonconforming signs also 
include those signs which have become 
nonconforming pursuant to 19A NC.^C 02E .1002(d) 
on scenic byways which were part of the interstate or 
federal-aid primary highway system as of June J^ 
1991. or which are or become a part ot the National 
Highway System. 

Official Sign/Notice: A sign or notice erected and 
maintained by public officers or public agencies 
within their territorial or /\)ning jurisdictions and 
pursuant to and in accordance with federal, state, or 
local law for the purpose of carrying out an official 
duty or responsibility. Official signs and notices 
include, but are not limited to. historical markers 
authorized by state lay\ and erected by state or local 
government agencies or nonprofit historical societies. 
On-premise/On-property Sign: A sign which 
advertises the sale iir lease of properly upon which it 
is located or which advertises an activity conducted or 
product for sale on the property upon which it js 
located. An on-premise sign may not be converted to 
a permitted outdoor advertising sign unless rt meets 
all rules in effect at the time oi the conversion request. 
An on-piemise sign must be located on property 
contiguous to the properly on which the activity is 
located. Tracts not ctinsidered to be contiguous 
include, but are not limited to: 



taj 

ihl 



Tracts ot land separated by a federal, state. 

city, or public access maintained road; 

Tracts of land not under common ownership; 

or 

Tracts of land held in different estates or 

interests. 



(19) Parkland: Any publicly owned land which is 
designated or used as a public park, recreation area, 
wildlile or waterfowl refuge or historic site. 

(20) Permit Holder: A pennit holder shall be the sign 
owner, and for purposes of the rules in this Section 
the terms and dellnitions shall be interchangeable, 
unless the Department oi Transportation. thr>)ugh the 
appropriate district office, has been notified in writing 



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(21) 



(22) 



(23) 



(24) 



125) 



(26) 



(27) 



that the permit holder is a person or entity other than 
the actual owner oi" the sign. In this case, the actual 
sign owner's name, mailing address, and telephone 
number must be declared. 

Scenic Area: Any area of particular beauty or 
historical significance as determined by the federal, 
state, or local official having iurisdictit)n thereof, and 
includes interests in land which have been acquired 
for the restoration, preservation and enhancement of 
beauty. 

Scenic Byway: A scenic highway or scenic byway 
designated by the Board of Transportation, regardless 
of whether the route so designated was part of the 
interstate or federal-aid primary highway system as of 
June j_. 1991. or any highway which is or becomes a 
part of the National Highway System. 
Sign: Any outdoor sign, sign structure, display, light, 
device, figure, painting, drawing, message, placard, 
poster, billboard, or other object which is designed, 
intended, or used to advertise or inform. A sign 
includes any of the parts or material of the structure, 
such as beams, poles, posts, and stringers, the only 
eventual purpose ot' which is to ultimately display a 
message or other information for public view. For 
purposes of these rules, the term "sign" and its 
definition shall be interchangeable with the following 
terms: outdoor advertising, outdoor advertising sign, 
outdoor advertising structure, outdoor advertising sign 
structure, sign structure, and structure. 
Sign Conforming by Virtue of the "Grandfather 
Clause:" A sign legally erected prior to the effective 
date of the Outdoor Advertising Control Act or prior 
to the addition of a route to the interstate or federal- 



aid primary system or NHS in a zoned or unzoned 
commercial or industrial area which does not meet all 
current standards for erecting a new sign at that site. 
Sign Face: The part of the sign, including trim and 
background, which contains the message or 
informative contents. For purposes of measuring the 
maximum area or height of a sign, embellishments or 
extended advertising shall be excluded. 
Sign Location/Site: A sign location or sjte for 
purposes of these rules shall be measured to the 
closest 1 / 1 00th of a mile, in conformance with 
Department of Transportation methods ot' 
measurement for all state roads. The location or site 
shall be determined and listed on each outdoor 
advertising permit application by DOT personnel. 
Sign Owner: A sign owner shall be the permit holder 
of reccjrd. and for purposes of tiie rules in this Section 
the tenns and definitions shall be interchangeable, 
unless the Department of Transportation, through the 
appropriate district office, has been notified in writing 
that the sign owner is a person or entity other than the 
actual h(>lder of tlie permit. In thns case, the actual 
sign owner's name, mailing address, and telephone 
number must be declared. 



(28) Significantly Damaged Sign: A sign which has been 
damaged or partially destroyed due to factors other 
than vandalism or other criminal or tortious acts to 
such extent that the cost of repairing the damaged sign 
exceeds 50 percent of the replacement cost of the sign 
as determined at the time such damage CKCurred. 

(29) Unzoned Commercial or Industrial Area: An area 
which IS not zoned by state or local law, regulation, or 
ordinance, and which is within 660 feet of the nearest 
edge of the right of way of the interstate or federal-aid 
primary system or NHS, in which there are at least 
two commercial or industrial activities that meet all 
requirements specified in 19A NCAC 02E.0203(5). 

(30) Zoned Commercial or Industrial Area: An area which 
is zoned for business, industry, commerce, or trade 
pursuant to a state or local zoning ordinance or 
regulation. Local zoning action must be taken 
pursuant to the state's zoning enablin g statute or 
constitutional authority rn accordance therewith. 
Zoning which is not part of comprehensive zoning or 
which is created primarily to permit outdoor 
advertising structures shall not be recognized as valid 
zoning for purposes of the Outdoor Advertising 
Control Act and the rules promulgated thereunder, 
unless the land is developed for commercial or 
industrial activity as defined under 19A NCAC 
02E.0203(5). 



Aiithorin G.S. 136-130. 

.0202 AGREEMENT 

(a) The Department of Transportation has entered into an 
agreement with the United States Department of Transportation 
relating to the control of outdoor advertising in areas adjacent to 
the interstate and federal-aid primary highway systems or NHS 
in accordance with Section 131(b). and Section 104 of Title 23 
of the United States Code and Part 750 of Title 23 of the Code 
of Federal Regulations. To the extent that these federal 
regulations and subsequent amendments and editions are more 
restrictive than North Carolina Department of Transportation 
rules, these federal regulations are expressly incorporated by 
reference as part of this section. Copies of Title 23 of the United 
States Code are available from the Superintendent of 
Documents, Mail Stop SSOP, "Washington. D.C. 20402-9328. 
20402-9328. at a cost of fif t y s eve n dollars ($57.00). The Code 
of Federal Regulations. Title 23. is available from the same 
address, address at a cost of twenty one dollai ' s ($2 1 .00). 

(b) A copy of this agreement is on permanent file in the 
Office of the State Highway Administrator. 

Aiithorin- G.S. 136-138: 143B-350(f): 150B-21.6. 

.0203 OUTDOOR ADVERTISING ON 
CONTROLLED ROUTES 

The following standards shall apply to the erection and 
maintenance of outdoor advertising signs in all zoned and 
unzoned commercial and industrial areas located within 660 feet 



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of the nearest edge of the right of way of the controlled route. 
iiilcrstaic and federal-aid primary highways. The standards shall 
notappK to those signs enumerated in G.S. 136-129( l).(2). (2a) 
and (3). which are directional and other official signs and 
notices, signs advertising the sale or lease of property upon 
which they are located, signs advertising the sale of crops at 
roadside stands, and signs which advertise actixities conducted 
on the property upon which they are locat e d : located. 

( 1 ) Configuration and Size of Signs: 

(a) The maximum area for any one sign shall be 
1 ,200 square feet with a maximum height of 30 
feet and maximum length of 60 feet, inclusive 
of any border and trim hut excluding the base 
or apron, embellishments, extended advertising 
space, supports, and other structural members. 

(b) The area shall be me as ur ed b y the smallest 
square, — rectangle, — t ri a n gle, — cir cl e, — or 
combina t io n the re of wh i c h will e n compass the 
en t i r e sign, calculated by measurmg the outside 
dimensions of face, excluding any apron, 
embellishments, or extended adxertising space. 

(c) The maxuTium size Hmuations shall apply to 
each side of a sign structure: the signs may be 
placed back-to-back, side-by-side; or in V-type 
construction with not more than two displays 
to each facing, and such sign structure shall be 
considered as one sign. 

(d) Side-by-side signs shall be structurally tied 
together to be considered as one sign structure. 

(e) V-type and back-to-back signs shall witt not be 
considered as one sign if located more than 15 
feet apart at their nearest points. 

(f) The height of any portion of the sign structure 
structure, excluding cutouts or embellishments, 
shall not exceed 50 feet as measured vertically 
from the adjacent edge of pavement of the 
adjacen t main traveled way. way shall not 
exceed 50 feet. 

(g) Double-decking of sign faces so that one is on 
top of the other is prohibited. 

(2) Spacing of Signs: 

(a) Interstate and Federal-aid Primary Highways. 
Signs may not be located in a manner as to 
obscure, or otherwise physically interfere with 
the effectiveness of any official traffic sign, 
signal, or device, or to obstruct or physically 
interfere with the driver's view of approaching, 
merging, or intersecting traffic. 

(b) Interstate highways — and — f r e ewa ys on the 
f e de r al-aid primary syst e m: Controlled Routes 
with Fully Controlled Access (Freeways): 



(1) 



(II) 



No two structures shall be spaced less 
than 500 feel apart. 

Outside of incorporated towns and 
cities, no structure may be located 
within 500 feet of an interchange. 



collector distributor, intersection at 
grade, safety rest area or information 
center regardless of whether the city 
lim i t i n clud e s t h e main traveled way is 
within or outside the town or city limits. 
way. The 500 feet spacing shall be 
measured from the point at which the 
pavement widens and the direction of 
measurement shall be along the edge of 
pa\ement away from the interchange, 
collector distributor, intersection at 
grade, safety rest area or information 
center. In those interchanges where a 
quadrant does not have a ramp, the 500 
feet for the quadrant without u ramp 
shall be measured ak)ng the outside 
edge of pavement for freeways the 
interstate — or — fr e eway — highway as 
follows: 

( A ) Where a route is bridged over the 
freeway or interstate highway, a 
freeway, the 500 foot 
measurement shall begin on the 
outside edge of pavement of the 
freeway highway or interstate at 
a point directly below the edge of 
the bridge. The direction of 
measurement shall be along the 
edge of pavement awa> from the 
interchange. 

(B) Where a freeway or intersta t e 
highway is bridged over another 
route, the 500 foot measurement 
shall be made from the end of the 
bridge in the quadrant. TTne 
direction of measurement shall 
be along the edge of pavement 
away from the bridge. 

(C) Where the routes invoKed are 
both freeways, freeway — or 
i nte r state routes, measurements 
on both routes wtH shall be made 
according to (+) and/or t2i: Sub- 
item (2)(b)(i) or (ii), whichever 
applies. Should there be a 
situation where there is more 
than one point at which the 
pavement widens along each 
road within a quadrant, the 
measurement shall be made from 
the pavement widening which is 
fu r th e st farthest from the 
intersecting roadways. 

(c) No n -f r eeway f e deral-aid primary ' h i ghways : 
Controlled Routes Without Fully Controlled 
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(i) Outside of incorporated towns and cities 
—no two structures shall be spaced less 
than 300 teet apart, 
(ii) Within incorporated towns and cities — 
no two structures shall be spaced less 
than 100 feet apart. 

(d) The foregoing provisions for the spacing of 
signs do not apply to structures separated by 
buildings or other obstructions in such a 
manner that only one sign facing located 
within the above spacing distances is \isible 
from the highway at any one time. 

(e) Official and "on-preinise" signs, as permitted 
under the provisions of G.S. 136-129(1) (2). 
(2a) and to (3). and structures that are not 
lawfully maintained shall not be counted 
included nor shall measurements be made from 
them for purposes of determining compliance 
with spacing requirements. 

(f) The minimum distance between structures 
shall be measured along the nearest edge of the 
pavement between points directly opposite the 
signs along each side of the highway and shall 
apply only to structures located on the same 
side of the highways. 

(3) Lighting of Signs; Restrictions: 

(a) Signs which contain, include, or are 
illuminated by any Hashing, intermittent, or 
moving light or lights includinti animated or 
scrolling advertising, arc prohibited, unless 
expressly allowed under Item 4 of this Rule. 
except those giving public service information 
such as time. date, teinperature. weather, or 
similar information. 

(b) Signs which are not effectively shielded as to 
prevent beams or rays of light from being 
directed at any portion of the traveled ways of 
the interstate or federal-aid primary highway 
and which are of such intensity or brilliance as 
to cause glare or to impair the \ision of the 
driver of any motor vehicle, or which 
otherwise interfere with the arry — d ri ve r' s 
operation of a motor vehicle are prohibited. 

(c ) No sign shall be so illuminated that it interferes 
with the effectiveness of or obscures an 
official traffic sign, device, or signal. 

(d) All such lighting shall be subject to any other 
provisions relating to lighting of signs 
presently applicable to all highways under the 
jurisdiction of the state. 

(e) Illumination Lighting shall not be added to or 
used to illuminate nonconforming signs or 
signs conforming by virtue of the grandfather 
clause. 

(4) Automatic Changeable Facing Sign: 

(a) .Autcnnatic changeable facing signs shall be 
permitted on the controlled routes under the 



following conditions: 

(i) If the sign does not contain or displav 
Hashing, intermittent, or moving lights, 
including animated or scrolling 
advertising; 

(ii) If the changeable facing remains in a 
fixed position lor at least eight seconds; 

(iii) If a message is changed electronically, it 
must be accomplished within an interval 
of two seconds or less; 

(i\') If the sign is not placed within 1.000 
feet of another autcnnalic changeable 
facing sign on the same side of the 
highway; 

(v) If the distance is measured along the 
nearest edge of the pavement and 
between points directly opposite the 
signs along each side of the highway; 

(vi) If the sign is a legally conforming 
structure it may be modified to an 
automatic changeable facing upon 
compliance ^Alth these standards and 
approval bv the Department. 
Nonconforming structures shall not be 



modified to an automatic 
facing; 



changeable 



(vii) It' the sign contains a default design that 
will freeze the sign m one position if a 
malfunction occurs; and 
(viii) If the sign application meets all other 
permitting requirements, 
(b) The outdoor advertising permit shall be 
revoked for failure to comply with this Item. 
(5) Unzoned Commercial or Industrial Area Qualification 
for Signs: 

(a) To qualify an area unzoned coinmercial or 

industrial for the purpose of outdoor 

ad\ ertising control, tmi or more commercial or 

industrial activities shall meet all ivf the 

following criteria prior to submitting an 

outdoor ad\ertising permit application: 

(jj The acti\ ity shall maintain all necessary 

business licenses as may be required by 

applicable state, county or local law or 

ordinances; 

The property used for the activity shall 



Iii] 



(iii) 



iiyj 



tv] 



be listed for ad \alorem taxes with the 

county and municipal taxing authorities 

as required by law; 

The activity shall be served by a\'ailable 

utilities (power, telephone, water, and 

sewer); 

The activity shall have direct or indirect 

vehicular access and fie a generator of 

vehicular traffic; 

The actiMty shall have a permanent 

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its current commercial or industrial use, 
and the huildine must be located witiiin 
660 feet and he visible from the nearest 
ed^e ot the rieht of uay ot the 



ccMitrolled route; 

(vi) The commercial or industrial activity 
must be m operation prior lo the date of 
submiitme an application for an outdoor 
adverlLsmti pemiil; 
(vii) The activitv shall be open lo the public 
during hours that are normal and 
customary for that type of actnily in the 
same or similar communities; 
(viii) One or more employees shall be 
ayailahle to serve customers whenever 
the acliN'ity is open to the public; 

(ix) The activity shall be visible and 
recoenizable as commercial or industrial 
from the main tra\eled way of the 
controlled route. An activity is visible 
when that portion on which the 
permanent buildiUL' designed, built, or 
modified for its current commercial use 
can be clearly seen iwehe months a 
year by a person of normal visual acuity 
while traveling at the posted speed on 
the main tra\cled uav oi the controlled 
route adjacent (o the activilv. An 
activity js recoiini/able as commercial 
or industrial when its visibility from the 
main traveled was' of the controlled 
route IS sufficient for the activity to be 
identified as ct>iTimercial or industrial. 

(b) Each side o^ the controlled route shall be 
considered separately All measurements shall 
beein from the outer edtzes ol rCL'ularly used 
buildings, parking lols. storage or processing 
areas of the commercial oi industrial activity. 
not from the property line oi the activity and 
shall be alon*; the nearest edge oi the main 
traveled way of the ct)ntrolled refute. The 
proposed sign location must be within 800 feet 
of the commercial or industrial activity. 

(c) The commercial or industrial activities must be 
located within 1 600 feet of each other on the 



same side oi the controlled route. 

(d) The proposed sign localit)n must be within 800 
feel of al least one of the activities. 

(e) To qualify an area as unzoned commercial or 
industrial for the purpose of outdoor 
advertising contr(^l. none of the follouing 
actJN ities shall he recognized: 

iiJ Outdoor advertising structures; 
(ii) On-premise or on-propeny signs 
defined by Rule .0201(18) of this 
Section if the on-premise/on-properlv 



sign is the only p art of the commercial 

or industrial activitv that is visible from 

the main-lra\eled way; 
(iii) Agricultural, forestry . ranching, grazing. 

farming, and related activities. 

including, but not limited to temporary 

wayside fresh produce stands; 
(i\') Transient or temporary activities; 
(V) Activities not visible and rec(ignizable 

as commercial or industrial from the 

traffic lanes of the main traveled way; 
(vi) Activities more than 660 feet from the 

nearest edge oi the right qi way; 
(vii) Activities conducted in a building 

principally used as a residence; 
(viii) Railroad tracks and minor sidings; 
(ix) Any tiuldoor advertising activity or any 

other business or commercial activity 

carried cm in connection with an outdoor 

advertising aclivily; 
(x) Illegal junkyards, as defined in G.S. 

I .^6- 1 46. and ni)nconforming junkyards 

as set out in G.S. 136-147. 



Authontx G.S. 136-130. 

.0206 APPLICATIONS 

When application is made t or an outdoor adve r tising peiiiiil. 
the app l ication shall be submitted with: An application for an 
outdoor advertising permit shall be made on NCDOT form OA- 
Jj which may be obtained at any District Office. Upon 
completion, the application shall be submitted to the district 
office for the district where the proposed site is located. The 
applicalu)n shall include the follow ing attachments: 

( 1 ) A m e mo r andum of written lease or other written 
proof of interest in ihe land where a sign is proposed 
to be co n structed; constructed. An a pplicant may 
delete inlormatit)n pertaining io term and amount of 
lease; 

(2) A right of entry form to provide the right of entry 
from the property owner or adjacent property owners 
to allow DOT personnel to enter upon property if 
r e m oval — of structu r e — b e com e s — necessary when 
necessary for the enforcement of the Outdoor 
Advertising Control Act or these rules; 

(3) A If zoned, a written statement from the local zoning 
authority indicating the present zoning of the parcel 
and da te of tet re zoning; its effective date. Upon 
request of the district engineer, the applicant shall 
submit copies oi minutes Irom the appropriate zoning 
authority pertinent to tlie zoning action; 

(4) A — w ritten — stat em en t — of — approval — from — local 
gove r n men t i f it re gulat e s sig n s through building 
p ermits, or outdoo r advertis i ng iiei i riiis. Ii the area is 
an unzoned commercial or industrial area, a copy of 
the documentation confirming that the requirements 



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under Rule .02()3( 5 )( a )( i ) and ( ii ) of this Section have 

been met; 
(5) A sign permit or zoning permit, ij' required hy the 

local government having lurisdiction over the 

proposed location: 
("51 [6j A written certification from the sign owner indicating 

there has been no misrepresentation of an\ material 

facts regarding the permit application, or other 

information supplied to acquire a perniit; and 
(frii?) T^n — appl i cab l e — fee — for — per mit. The initial 

nonrefundable permit fee. 

AuthontxG.S. 136-130. 

.0208 PERMIT AND PERMIT EMBLEM 

(a) A permit al o n g with a permit emblem shall be issued for 
lawful outdoor advertising structures by the Division of 
Highways of the Department of Transportation upon proper 
application, approval, and the payment of fees for lawful 
outdoor advertising structur e s , the nonrefundable initial pennit 
lee. 

(b) The erection of new outdoor advertising structures shall 
not commence until a permit and peiiiiit e m ble m has been 
approved and the emblem issued. The outdoor advertising 
structure i n cluding except all sign faces must be completely 
constructed and erected within 180 days from the date of 
approval of the pemiit and issuance of the permit, emblem. If 
the STgn outdoor advertising structure including all except sign 
faces is not co m pletely constructed and erected with the permit 
emblem affixed within 180 days from the date of approval of 
the permit and issuance of the pe r mit emblem then any 
intervening rule change wi+1 shall apply to the sign structure. 
During the 1 80 day period, the new outdoor advertising structure 
with all sign faces shall be considered in existence for the 
purpose of spacing of adjacent signs as set out in the rules in this 
Section. 

(c) The permit holder/sign owner shall notify the appropriate 
Division ol Highways district engineer by certified mail, return 
receipt requested, within 10 days after the outdoor advertising 
structure is completed that n js ready for final inspection. 

fxDtdJ Prior to notifying the appropriate District Engineer that 
the structure has been completed, sign owner shall place the 
The [lei iii il emblem, which will have an identifying number, 
s hall b e placed on the outdoor advertising structure within 30 
dayr; after the structure a n d sign face have bee n e re cted in such 
a position as to be visible and readable from the main traveled 
way ol' the controlled route, roadway of the adjacent highway. 

(e) Prior to notifying the apprc^priate District Engineer that 
the structure has been completed, the sign (iwner shall affix the 
name ol the person, I'inn, or corporation owning or maintaining 
the outdoor advertising sign to the sign structure m sufficient 
si/.e to be clearly visible fnim the main traveled way of the 
controlled route. 

(f) Within 90 days after receiving notice that an outdoor 
advertising structure is complete, the appropriate District 
Engineer shall inspect the structure. H the structure fails to 
comply with the Outdoor Ad\ ertising Control Act or the rules in 



this Section, the District Engineer shall advise the pennit 
holder/sign owner by certified mail of the manner [n which the 
structure fails to comply and that the structure must be made to 
ct)mply within 30 days of receipt of the nt)tice or removed. 

(g) Replacement emblems for missing or illegible tags may 
be obtained from the district engineer by submitting a written 
request accompanied by a copy of the permit application which 
approved the original emblem. 



Aittlumu- G.S. 136-130. 



.0209 TRANSFER OF PERMIT/CHANGE OF 
ADDRESS 

Within 30 days after ownership of a permitted outdoor 
advertising sign is transferred, the previous or new New sign 
owne r s owner shall submit a written notice, signed by the 
transfemng owner and notarized, to the district engineer for the 
county in which the sign is located, must p r o vi de the 
appropriate district engineer with written notice of the transfer 
of o w ner ship of a specific outdoor advertising structure for 
wh i ch a pe rm it h as bee n lawfully issu e d to the o r iginal or 
subsequent owner within 30 days of the actual transfe r . A permit 
holder/sign owner Sign owners must provide the appropriate 
district engineer with written notice of a any change of address 
within 30 days of the address change. Should a sign permit 
holder/sign owner fail to provide written notice of a transfer of 
permit or change of address, a revocation of a permit for one of 
the reasons specified in Rule .0210 of this Section wiil shall 
stand and wtH shall not be affected by failure to notify the 
district engineer of such changes. 



Anthann G.S. 136-130. 

.0210 REVOCATION OF PERMIT 

Any valid peimit issued fo r a lawfu l ou t door advert i sing 
st r uctu re shall be revoked by the The appropriate district 
engineer shall revoke a permit for a lawful outdoor advertising 
structure based on for any one of the following r easons : 
following: 

( 1 ) mistake of material facts by the issuing authority 
District Engineer for which had the correct facts been 
made known, he would not have issued the outdoor 
advertising pennit: pci mil m question would not have 
been issued: 

(2) misrepresentations of arry material facts made by the 
o utd o o r adv erti s er permit holder/sign owner and on 
which the District Engineer relied in approving the 
outdoor ad\ertising permit application: application 
for pe r mit for outdoo r adve r tis in g ; 

(3) misrepresentation of material facts to any regulatory 
authority with jurisdiction over the sign by the permit 
holder/sign (iwner, the pennit applicant or the owner 
of properly on which the outdoor adxcrlising structure 
is located: 

t~3l ii} failure to pay annual renewal fees or provide the 
- documentation required requested under Rule 
.0207(c) of this Section; 



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t4) (5} failure to construct the outdoor advertising structure 
including except all sign faces within 1 80 days from 
the date of issuance of the outdoor ad\ertising 
permit; 
(6) a determination upon initial inspeclicin of a newly 
erected outdoor ad\ertisinii structure that it fails to 
comply w ith the Outdoor Ad\ ertising Control Act or 
the rules in this Section; 

tfH (7] any alteration of an outdoor advertising structure for 
which a permit has previously been issued which 
would cause that outdoor advertising structure to fail 
to comply with the provisions of the Outdoor 
Advertising Control Act or the rules adopted by the 
Board of Transportation pursuant thereto; 

(61(8) alterations to a nonconforming sign or a sign 
conformmg by virtue of the grandfather clause which 
wou l d cause it to be other than suhslantially the same 
as i t was on the dale the sign became nonco n foi mirig. 
or a g r a n dfather clause sign, other than reasonable 
repair and maintenance as defined in Rule .()226(d). 
For purposes of this Item. Secticin, alterations mclude. 
but are not limited to: 

(a) enlarging a dimension of the sign facing, or 
raising the height of the sign; 

(b) changing the material of the sign structures 
support; 

(c) adding a pole or poles; or 

(d) adding illumination; lighting; 

Vh failure to affix p er manent peinul emblem wi t hin 30 

days — after — erection — of the — outdoor — advertising 

structur e ; 
t8i unlawful des tr uction o f tre es or shrubs or other 

g r owth locat e d o n t he ri ght of w 'a y i n o r d er t (T increase 

or e nhan ce t h e visibility of a n outdoo r adv e rtismg 

structure; 
t9l unlawful — vio la t io n of the co ntr o l of a c c e ss o n 

interstate. — freeway. — and othe r contiolled — acc e ss 

facilities; 
t+Ol failure to ma i n tai n a sig n suc h that i t re m ains blank 

for a pe i iod of 12 conse c utiv e mo n ths ; 
H+i failure to m a intain a s i g n such thai it r eaches a state of 

dilapidation as defi ne d in Rule .0201(w| of this 

Section; 
t+^ abandonment, dest r uction, o r d is co n t in ua n c c of a sig n 

as defined in Rule .0201 . Parag r aphs (s) and (t). a n d 

Section 7S0.707(d)(0) of Title 23 of the Code of 

F e de r al Regu l ations; 
tl3l v i o l a ti o n of the criteria set out i n Rule .020 1(a) of this 

S e ction o r when t he criteria set out i n Rule .0201 (a) of 

t his Sect i on is no longer in exis t ence within 24 



rrr) 



mi 



months of the da t e of t he 



■ of ll ' ie pe l mil; 



issuance ' 

failur e to provide the a ppr o pri a te district e n gine er 
with wri t ten notice of any p r oposed alte r at i on to a 
n onconfoi ming sign or a sign conforming by v ir tue of 
a grandfathe r clause ; 
failure to affix the name of the person, fii i ii. oi 



corporation owning or m ai n taini n g — the outdoor 
advertising s i gn to the sign st r uctu re i n suff i cie n t size 
to be plainly visible in accordance w i t h G.S. 105- 

fffrt failu r e — to — ere ct. — ma int ain. — or alter an — outdoor 
advertis i ng sig n st r u c tu re in acco rd ance with the 
North Carolina Ou t d c m r Adv e rtising Co ntr ol Act. 
codified in G.S. 136. Ar t icles 1 1 and I I A. a n d the 
rules adopted by the Board of Transportation; 



rtrti 



an 



(10) 



I) 



12) 



fark 



l ailure to ma i ntain the peiiiiit eml i lem so that it is 
visible and readable from the ma i n-traveled way; 
when, within 24 months of the date of i ssuance of the 
peimit for a n y outdoor advertising structure er e cted 
us in g the c r i ter ia s ti pu l a t ed in Rule .0201 la) of this 
Sect i o n , any of the criterion in Rule .0201(a) of this 
Sect i o n n o lo n ger exists o r when the activity wh i ch 
qual i fied th e a re a unzoned comm e rcial or industr i al 
n o lo n g er exists. 

failure to affix the emblem within as required by Rule 
.0208 of this Section or lailure to maintain the 
emblem so that it is visible and readable from the 
main-traveled \\a\ or controlled route; 
failure to affix the name oi the person, firm, or 
corporation owning or maintaining the outdtxir 
ad\ertising sign to the sign structure in sufficient size 
to be clearly visible as required by Rule .0208 of this 
Section; 

destruction or cutting of trees, shrubs, cir other 
vegetation located on the state-owned or maintained 
right ol way where a preliminary investigation by the 
Department of Transportation re\'cals that the 
destruction or cutting; 

(a) occurred on the state-owned or maintained 
right of way within 500 feet on either side of 
the sign location along the edge of pavement of 
the main traveled way at the nearest controlled 
route; 

(b) was c()nducled by a person or persons other 
than the Department of Transportation or its 
authorized agents or assigns, or without 
permission from the Department (if 
Transportation; and 

(c) was conducted by one or more of the 
following: the sign owner, the pennit holder, 
the lessee or advertiser employin g the sign, the 
owner of the property upon \vhich the sign is 
located, or any of their employees, agents or 
assigns, including, hut not limited to. 
indepcndenl cciniractors hired by the permit 
holder/sign owner, the lessee/agents or 
advertiser employing the sign, or the owner of 
the property upon which the sign is located; 

unlawful use of a controlled access facility for 
purposes oi' repairing, maintaining or servicing an 
outdoor ad\ertising sign where a preliminary 
investigation reveals that the unlawful violalion: 



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mi 

(14) 



17) 



(18) 



(a) was conducted actually or by design by the 
sign owner/permit holder, the lessee or 
adyertiser employing the sign, the owner of the 
property upon which the sign is located, or any 
of their employees, agents, or assigns. 
including, but not limited to. independent 
contractors hired by any (if the above persons; 
and. 

(b) involved the use ol' highway right ot" way for 
the purpose of repairing, servicmg. or 
maintaining a sign including stopping, parking. 
or leaving any vehicle whether attended or 
unattended, on any part or portion of the right 
of way: or 

(c) involved crossins; the control of access fence to 
reach the sign structure; 

maintainmg a blank sign for a penod of 12 

consecutive months; 

maintaining a abandoned, dilapidated, or discontinued 

sign; 

a sign that has been destroyed or significantly 

damaged as determined by Rule .()2()l(?<) and (2^) ot 

this Section- 



alteration, except for reasonable repair and 
maintenance as defined iji Rule .0226 of this Section. 
of a nonconforming sign or a sign conforming by 
virtue of a grandlather clause; 
moving or relocating a nonconforming sign or a sign 
conforming by virtue ot the grandfather clause which 
changes the location of the sign as determined by 
Rule .0201(26) oi' this Section; 
failure to erect, maintain, or alter an outdoor 
advertising sign structure in accordance with the 
North Carolina Outdoor Advertising Control Act, 
codified in G.S. I .^6. Article 1 1 . and the rules adopted 
by the Board ot' Transportation. 



Authohn G.S. ]05-86(e): 136-133. 

.021 1 DENIAL OF PERMIT 

(a) Should the appropriate district engineer determine that a 
proposed outdoor advertising structure would not conform to the 
standards of outdoor advertising as set out in the Outdoor 
Advertising Control Act or t hese Rules, the rules in this Section. 
district engineer shall refuse to issue a permit for that proposed 
outdoor advertising structure. 

(b) When such noncompliance of the Outdoor Advertising 
Control Act or these Rules has been determined, the district 
engineer shall so notify the permit applicant ow ner of the 
proposed outdoor advertising structur e in questio n by certified 
mail, return receipt requested, in the form of a letter setting forth 
the factual and statutory or regulatory basis for the denial, and 
include a copy of the Act and rules, re aso n s why the proposed 
outdoor adve it ising structu re in ques ti o n docs not comply and 
shal l a l so r e turn the applicatio n to t he applicant. 

tr) Perinit(s) shall not b e Issu e d by the Department of 
Transportation for a period of Five years at coiifoiiiuiig sites 



whe re illegal c utting of vegetation has occurred. Tliis includes 
sites wh ere re v o cation of exist i ng peiii ' iit(s) hav e b e e n upheld 
and s i gns have b ee n r e m oved, as wel l as co n fo i' m ii ig l ocations 
whe r e ill e gal cutti n g occu r s p r io r t o receipt of a n ap p lication for 
t) utd(H ir adve rti s i ng permit(s). 

ttf) Ap p l i ca t Ki n (s) shall b e den i ed for new outdoo r adv e rtis i ng 
str uctu r es at co n forming l ocat i ons where existing t r ees (defined 
as those tr ee s fo ur i nches i n diameter m easu re d s i x inches from 
t he ground! are of such density the site i s not vis i b l e from the 
mai n travelway or will not be visible when the tr ees reach 
m atu r ity. 

(c) The Department of Transportation shall not issue permits 
for new outdoor advertising signs at a sign location (as defined 
by Rule .0201 ot' this Section) as follows: 

( I ) for a period of five years where the unlawful 
destruction or illegal cutting of vegetation has 
occurred within 500 feet on either side of the 
proposed sign location, and as measured along the 
edge of pavement of the main traveled way of the 
nearest interstate or federal -aid primary route. For 
purposes of this Section only: 

(A) "Unlawful destructi(>n or illegal cutting" is the 
destruction or cutting of trees, shrubs, or other 
vegetation on the stale-owned or maintained 
right of way which was conducted by a person 
or persons other than the Department of 
Transportation or its authorized agents or 
without the permission iif the Department of 
Transportation. 

(B) The Department of Transportation's 
preliminary investigation shall reveal some 
evidence that the unlawful destruction or 
illegal cutting was conducted for creating, 
increasing, or improving a \'iew to a prciposed 
outdoor advertising sign from the main- 
traveled way of the nearest interstate highvvav 
or federal-aid primary route. 

(C) The five-year period shall run from the date on 
which the Department of Transportation has 
actual knowledge ot' the unlawful destruction 
or illegal cutting to be documented by the 
appropriate district engineer. 

(D) The five-year prohibition period for a new sign 
permit shall apply equally to all sign locations 
including the following examples: 

UJ sign locations where the unlawful 
destruction or illegal cutting of 
vegetation occurs prior to the time the 
location becomes a conforming 
location; 

(ii) sign locations where a rewication ot an 
existing permit has been upheld and a 
sign has been removed; 

(iii) sign locations where the unlawful 
destruction or illegal cutting occurs 
prior to receipt of an (lutdoor advertising 
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(iv) sign locations where the uniawt'ul 
destruction or iiletial cutting occurs 
t'oilovving receipt of an outdoor 
ad\ ertising permit apphcalion. hut prior 
to I'inai issuance ivT the permit hv the 
Department ol Transportation. 

(2) Where existing trees, il thev were to reach the average 
mature si/.e tor that species, would make the proposed 
si^n faces, when erected, not completely visihie rn)m 
the viewing zone. For purposes of this Section only: 

(A) "Existing trees" are those trees lour inches in 
diameter measured six inches from the ground; 

(B) "Average mature si/c ' shall he determined by 
reference to the most recent edition of Hortus 
3nl. A Concise Dictionarx of PUinis Cultivated 
iji tjie United States and Canada. McMillan 
PuhlishingCo.. Inc.. New York. NY. published 
in 1976; 

(C) Viewing Zone will he the area which is 500 
feet as measured along the edge of the main 
traveled way on each side of the propt)sed sign 
structure which will have a sign face. 

(3) Where the zoning is not part of comprehensive zoning 
or was zoned primarily to pennit outdoor advertising 
structures or constitutes spot zoning or stri p zoning as 
defined in 19A NCAC 02E.020l(4)(b)(iii). 

(4) For a peru)d at. twelve months prior to the proposed 
letting oi a new construction contract that mav affect 
the spacing or location requirements lor an outdoor 
advertising structure until the project is completed. 

(5) On a route designated as a scenic byway . 

Authority G.S. 136-130. 

.0212 NOTICE GIVEN FOR REVOKING PERMIT 

(a) Prior to the revocation of an ()uidoor advertisin g pennit. 
the district engineer shall notify the permit holder/sign i)wner by 
certified mail of the alleged violation under Rule .0210 ot this 
Section. The pennit holder/sign owner shall be given 30 davs in 
which to bring the sign into compliance. U pcnnissible. or 
provide information concerning the alleged \iolation to the 
district engineer to be considered prior to the actual revocation. 
The district engineer shall consider the inlormation pro\ ided by 
the pennit holder prior to any revocation of a pennit. 

(TT) [b] When m the opinion of the District Engineer a 
violation of Rule .02 1 of this Section occu r s, has occurred, the 
district engineer he shall so notify the owne r of permit 
holder/sign owner for the outdoor adx'enising structure by 
certified mail, return receipt requested, i n t he fo r m of a lett er 
se tt ing foill i th e re aso n s w hy stating the factual and statutory or 
regulattiry basis for the revocation, and include a copy of the 
Outdoor Advertising regulations, the outdoo r advertising 
structure m ques t ion does not co mpl y. The letter notify i ng the 
ownei of the outdoor adve rt is i ng s tr u c tu re m question 
notification shall also state that because the structure is in 
violation of the provisions of the Outdoor Advertising Control 



Act or these Rules, the rules in this Section, the structure is 
unlawful and a nuisance and that if the structure is not removed 
or made to conform to the provisions of the act or the rules 
within 30 days after receipt of the lett e r. notificatit)n. ft' 
pennitted by these rules, the Department of Transportation or its 
agents shall, at the expense of the owne r , permit holder/sign 
owner, remove the n o n conforming outdot)r advertising structure. 
ad\ ' crtising. 

(+r) [cj An outdoor advertising structure cannot be made to 
conform to the Outdoor Advertising Control Act or these Rules 
when the pennit is revoked under 1 9A NCAC 2E .02 1 [21, (3). 
LLLLorlllL (2). (4) or (8). 

AuthoiitxG.S. 136-130: 136-134. 

.0213 APPEAL OF DECISION OF DISTRICT 
ENGINEER TO SECRETARY OF 
TRANSPORTATION 

(a) Should any ow n e r of an o utdoo r adv er tis i ng structu r e 
pennit applicant or permit holder/sign owner disagree with a 
decision of the appropriate district engineer pertaining to the 
denial or revocation of permits a permit for outdoor advertising 
or the determination that an outdoor advertising structure is 
illegal, the ow ner o f the outdoor adv ert i sin g st r ucture permit 
applicant or permit holder/sign owner shall have the right to 
appeal to the Secretary of Transportation pursuant to the 
procedures hereinafter set out. 

tbi The ( i w ner of the outdoo r adve rti si n g structu r e whti 
d e c i d e s to a pp eal a d e cis i o n of the d i s tri ct e ngi neer sha l l so 
n otify t he a ppr opr i ate distr i ct engi n e er of h i s decis i o n to a ppe al 
b y ce nifi ed m ail, re t u r n rece ip t requeste d , w i t hin +0 d a ys o f t he 
r eceipt of n otice of t he decisio n of the dist r ict en g in ee r . The 
district engineer shall then forward the notice gi\ ' en to him by 
the outdoor advert i ser to the Secretary of Tr^ 



ie outaoor aavert i ser to tnc secretary oi transportation. 

td tb] Within 30 2(3 days from the time of the receipt oi' the 
decision of submi t ting hv; notice of appeal t o the district 
engineer, the owner of the ou t door advert i sing structure permit 
applicant or permit holder/sign owner shall submit a written 
appeal to the Secretary of Transportation a ^^ ^ ritten appeal setting 
forth with particularity the facts and arguments upon which his 
the appeal is based. The appeal shall be sent to the Secretary by 
certified mail, return receipt requcsicd. with a copy hi the district 
engineer. 

(c) Upon receipt of the written appeal, the Secretary of 
Transportation shall review the written appeal and the District 
Engineer's decision, as uell as any a\ailahle documents, 
exhibits, or other evidence bearing on the appeal, and shall 
render the final agency decision, supported by appropriate 
findings of fact and ct)nclusions oi law. The I'inai agency 
decision shall be served upon the appealing pany by certified 
mail, return receipt requested, no later than 90 davs after the 
Secretary receives the written appeal. A copy oi the final 
agency decision shall alsci be mailed to the district engineer. 
Wi t h i n 90 days from the receipt of the said wr i tt e n a ppe al o r 
within such add i tional lime as m ay b e ag r eed t o between t he 
Sec r e t ary of Transporta ti o n a n d the ow n er of the outdoor 



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advertising structu r e, the Sec r etary of Transportation shall make 

an — in vestigaiion — ol' the — said — appeal. The — Secretary of 

Transpo r tat i on shall the n make a pp ropriate f i ndings of fact and 
conclus i o n s pertain in g to the appeal o n hchall dl the Department 
of — Transportat i o n and the f in dings and conclusio n shall be 
served upon the outdoo r adve rt ise r seeking the review by 
certified mail, re tu r n rece i pt requested. However, if the decision 
of t he s e c r eta r y i s that t h e outdoor advertising st r ucture in 
questio n is u n lawful, then the findings and conclusio n shall b e 
se r ved upo n the owner of the outdoo r advertising structure by 
ce rtif ied ma i l, return receipt requested. 

(d) Judicial review of the final at;encv decision is governed 
hv G.S. 1.^6-134.1. 

Authority G.S. 136-130: 136-133: 136-134. 

.0214 STANDARDS FOR DIRECTIONAL SIGNS 

(a) General. For the purposes of this Section the following 
directional signs are prohibited: 

( 1 ) signs which are erected or maintained upon trees or 
painted or drawn upon rocks or other natural features; 

(2) signs which move or have any animated or moving 
parts: 

(3) signs located in rest areas, parklands or scenic areas. 

(b) Size. 



{ 1 ) No directional sign shall exceed the following limits: 
Maximum area 150 square feet 

Maximum height 20 feet 

Maximum length 20 feet 

(2) All dimensions include border and trim, but exclude 
supports. 

(c) Lighting. Directionalsignsmay be illuminated, subject to 
the following: 

(1) Signs which contain, include, or are illuminated by 
any flashing, intermittent, or moving light or lights 
are prohibited. 

(2) Signs which are not effectively shielded so as to 
prevent beams or rays of light from being directed at 
any portion of the traveled way of an interstate or 
primary highway or NHS route or which are of such 
intensity or brilliance as to cause glare or to impair the 
vision of the driver of any motor vehicle, or which 
otherwise interfere with the any d r ive r 's operation of 
a motor vehicle are prohibited. 

(3) No sign may be so illuminated as to interfere with the 
effectiveness of or obscure an official traffic sign. 
device, or signal. 

(d) Spacing 

( 1 ) Each location of a directional sign must be approved 
by the division of highways. 

(2) No directional sign may be located within 2.000 feet 
of an interchange, or intersection at grade along the 
interstate system or other controlled access highwavs 
fr e eways (measured along the highway i nterstate or 
freeway from the nearest point of the beginnmg or 
ending of pavement widening at the exit from or 
entrance to the main-traveled way). 



(3) No directional sign may be located within 2,000 feet 
of a rest area, parkland, or scenic area. 

(4) No two directional signs facing the same direction of 
travel shall be spaced less than one mile apart. 

(5 ) Not more than three directional signs pertaining to the 
same activity and facing the same direction of travel 
may be erected along a single route approaching the 
activity. 

(6) Directional signs located adjacent to the interstate 
system shall be within 75 air miles of the activity. 

(7) Directional signs located adjacent to the primary 
system shall be within 50 air miles of the activity. 

(e) Message Content. The message on directional signs shall 
be limited to the identification of the attraction or activity and 
directional information useful to the traveler in locating the 
attraction, such as mileage, route number, or exit numbers. 
Descriptive — wo r ds — or phrases. — pictorial — or photographic 
represen t ations of the activity or its environs are prohibited. 

(f) Selection Criteria 

( 1 ) Privately owned activities or attractions eligible for 
directional signing are limited to the following: 
natural phenomena, scenic attractions; historic, 
educational, cultural, scientific, and religious sites; 
and outdoor recreational areas. 

(2) Privately owned attractions or activities must be 
nationally or regionally known, and of outstanding 
interest to the traveling public. 

Authority G.S. 136-130: 136-129. 

.0224 SCENIC BYWAYS 

(a) Outdoor advertising is prohibited adjacent to any highway 
designated as a scenic highway or scenic bywav by the Board of 
Transportation after the dale of the designation as scenic, 
regardless of the highway classification. 

(b) Pursuant to I9A NCAC02E .1002(d). all lawfully erected 
outdoor advertising signs adjacent to a Scenic Byway/Highway 
designated as a part of the interstate or federal-aid primary 
highway system as of June J^ 1991. or an^ highway which is or 
becomes a part of the National Highway System shall become 
nonconfonning signs and shall be subject to aU applicable 
outdoor advertising regulations provided m I9A NCAC 02E 
.0200. Any sign erected after March 1. 1995. adjacent to these 
scenic byways shall be an illegal sign as defined in G.S. 136-128 
and G.S. 136-133. 



(c) Permits shall not be required for signs adjacent to scenic 
byways which were not part oi the interstate or federal aid 
primary highway system as of June L 1991 or which do not 
become part of the National Highway System. The department 
shall maintain an inventory of signs erected prior to March J^ 
1995 which are adjacent to these scenic byways. Any sign 
erected after March f, 1995 along these scenic byways and 
which is not part of the inventory shall be an illegal sign as 
defined by G.S. 1.36-128 and G.S. 136-133. 



Authority G.S. 136-129.2. 



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.0225 REPAIR/MAINTENANCE/ALTERATION 
OF SIGNS 

(a) Siiins may not he serviced from or across the right of way 
of freeways or frcMii (vr across ccintrolied access harriers or 
fences of controlled routes. 

(h) Confonninii signs may he altered within the limits of' the 
rules in this Section. 

(1 ) A conforming si^n that has heen destroyed or 
significantly damaged may he reconstructed within 
the limits of the rules in this Section hy notifying the 
district engineer in writing of any suhstantial changes 
that vsnuld affect the original dimensions cvf the initial 
permit application. 

(2) Conforming sign structures may he reconstructed so 
long as the reconstruction does not conllicl with any 
applicahle state, federal or local rules, regulations or 
ordinances. 

(c) A nonconfonning sign or sign conforming hy virtue of the 
grandfather clause that has heen destroyed or significantly 
damaged shall not he re-erected. 

(d) Alteration to a nonconforming sign or a sign conforming 
hy \irtue of the grandfather clause is prohihiled. Reasonahle 
repair and maintenance are pennitted including changing the 
advertising message or copy. The following actnities are 
considered to he reasonahle repair and maintenance: 

( 1 ) Change of advertising message or copy on the sign 
face, 

(2) R()utine replacement of horder and trim as well as 
repair and replacement of a structural member with 
like material. 

(3) Slight alterations of the dimensions of painted 
bulletins incidental to copy change. 

(4) Any net decrease m the outside dimensions of the 
advertising copy portion of the sign shall be 
permitted, but if the sign face or faces are reduced, 
they may not thereafter ever be increased. 

(5) The placing of lighting on existing sign structures is 
specifically prohibited as reasonable maintenance; 
however, such lighting may be pennanently remoN ed 
from such sign structure. 

(e) When the Department of Transportation has actual 
knowledge of a reduction iji the dimensions or area of a 
nonconlVirming sign or a sign conforming by \ irtue of the 
grandfather clause, the changes shall be documented and the 
sign owner, or any future sign owner, shall not be allowed to 
subsequently increase the dimension of the area of that sign. 

Authorirx G.S. 136-130: 136-89.58. 

SECTION .0600 - SELECTIVE VEGETATION 
REMOV AL POLICY 

.0603 ISSUANCE OR DENIAL OF PERMIT 

(a) Within ."^0 days following receipt of the application, the 
Division Engineer vnW shall approve or deny the application. If 
the application is denied, the Division Engineer shall advise the 



applicant, in writing, of the reasons for denial. 

(b) The application vrsW shall be denied by the Division 
Engineer if: 

(1) It requires removal of trees that were in existence 
before the business or advertisement w as established. 
established unless the a p plicant submits a n approved 
plan for replaceme n t p lanti n gs. An existing tree shall 
be one that is four inches in diameter as measured six 
inches from the ground. 

(2 ) The application is for the opening of view to a sign or 
business which has been declared illegal or is 
currently involved in litigation. 

(3) It is determined that the facility or advertisement is 
not screened from view. 

(4) The application is for the opening of view to an 
outdoor advertising sign which was obscured from 
view at the time of erection of the sign. 

(5) Removal of vegetation will adversely affect the safety 
of the traveling public. 

(6) Trees, shrubs, or other vegetation of any sort were 
planted in accordance with a local. State, or Federal 
beautification project. (Ex c e p t i onal cond i tio n s may 
dictate — a — replacement, — re locatio n , t r imm in g. — or 
prun i ng of this planted mate ri al.) 

(7) Planting was done in conjunction with a designed 
noise barrier. 

( 8 ) The applicant has not performed satisfactory work on 
previous requests under the provisions of this policy 
(this may not be cause for denial if the applicant 
engages a qualified fi r m landscape contractor to 
perform the work). 

(9) It involves opening of views to junkyards. 

(10) The application is contrary to ordinances or rules and 
regulations enacted by local government, within 
whose jurisdiction the work has been requested to be 
performed. 

Aiithorin G.S. 136-18(5): 136-18(7): 136-18(9). 

.0604 CONDITIONS OF PERMIT 

(a) Selected vegetation within the approved limits shall be 
thinned, pruned, or removed by the Permittee or his agent in 
accordance with accepted horticultural practices, practices 
recommended by North Carolina State University. Roadside 
Environmental personnel wrH shall identify specific trees, 
shrubs, etc., which may be pruned, thinned, or removed. 
S e lected — i n div i dua l — p la n ts — to — be rem oved — wfH — frn?t — be 
underg r owth o r those wh i ch ar e d e ad, diseased, disf i gured o r 
othe r wise lacking a e sthetic q u ality. Re m oval of selected plants 
which are crowded and cannot fully develop in t heir existing 
locations may be the second stage of removal, if warranted. 

(b) The Permittee may be required to turnish a performance 
bond or check in an amount determined by the Division 
Engineer to run concurrently with the permit, as deemed 
ne c e ssa r y, necessary to restore the right of way to the original 
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(c) A Division of Highways Roadside Inspector shall be 
present while work is underway. 

(d) Permits may be issued tor multiple sites; however, a 
permit must be secured prior to performing any vegetation 
control work. Routine maintenance by the Permittee or his 
agent wrtt shall not be permitted. 

(e) The Permittee or his agent shall not impede traffic on the 
highway in performing the work. Access to the work site on 
controlled access highways must be gained without using the 
main travelway of the highway. The Division Engineer wrH 
shall determine traffic control signing which may be required. 
ft The Permittee shall be the P ermi ttee's re sp on sib i lity to furnish, 
erect and maintain the required signs as directed by the Division 
Engineer. 

(f) Any damage to vegetation which is to remain, to highway 
fences, signs, paved areas, or other facilities shall be repaired or 
replaced by the Permittee to the satisfaction of the Division 
Engineer. All trimmings, laps, and debris shall be removed from 
the right of way and disposed of in areas provided by the 
Permittee. No burning or burying shall be permitted on the 
highway right of way. When chipping is used to dispose of 
trimmings, chips may be neatly spread on right of way at 
locations acceptable to the Division Engineer. 

(g) Upon satisfactory completion of all work, the Roadside 
Inspector shall notify the Division Engineer who wrli shall 
notify the Permittee in writing of such acceptance, terminate the 
permit, and return the performance bond or check. 

(h) Failure to comply with all the requirements specified in 
the permit, unless otherwise mutually resolved, wrH shall result 
in immediate revocation of the permit and forfeiture of any or all 
of the pcrfonnance bond or check as deterinined by the Division 
Engineer. Engineer based on conditions stated in Paragraph (b) 
of this Rule. 

Authorin G.S. 136-18(5): 136-18(7): 136-18(9). 



TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING 
BOARDS 

CHAPTER 37 - BOARD OF NURSING 
HOME ADMINISTRATORS 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 1 50B-2I .2 
that the North Carolina State Board of Examiners for 
Nursing Home Administrators intends to amend rules cited as 
21 NCAC 37D .0202: 37E.0102: 37F.0102: 37G.0102. .0201: 
37H .0102. Notice of Rule -making Proceedings was published 
in the Register on September 1 . 1999. 

Proposed Effective Date: Juh 1. 2000 

Instructions on How to Demand a Public Hearing (must he 
requested in writing within 15 days of notice): Written requests 
for a public hearing should be received by the Board no later 
than December 1. 1999. Such a request should be addressed to 



Jane Baker, E.xecutive Director, 3733 National Drive, Suite 228. 
Raleigh, NC 27612. 

Reason for Proposed Action: The State Treasurer, pursuant to 
Budget guidelines, requires the Board to maintain a balance of 
$150,000 with the State Treasurer. Senate Bill 622 was 
introduced and enacted as S.L. 99-02 1 7 ro prevent a shortfall in 
the account. The affected parties will be submitting their 
applications, most of which will be approved after October 1 . 
1999. the effective date of the legislation: therefore, the affected 
parties will owe the fees after that date. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments must he submitted 
within 30 days from publication of this notice and should he 
addressed to Jane Baker. Executive Director. 3733 National 
Drive. Suite 228. Raleigh. NC 27612. 

Fiscal Impact 
State Local Sub. None 
/ 

SUBCHAPTER 37D - NEW LICENSES 

SECTION .0200 - APPLICATION FOR LICENSE 

.0202 INITIAL LICENSURE FEE 

Tlie applicant shall send to the Board, prior to licensure, an 
initial licensure fee of three hund r ed twenty fi^ ^ e dollars 
($325.00) three hundred seventy five ($375.00) when applicant 
has successfully passed the examinations as required by the 
Board under Sections .0600 and .0700 of this Chapter. 

Authority G.S. 90-280. 

SUBCHAPTER 37E - RECIPROCITY/ 
ENDORSEMENT 

SECTION .0100 - APPLICATIONS 

.0102 APPLICATION CONTENTS 

An applicant for reciprocity/endorsement shall submit, three 
weeks prior to the personal interview, a completed application, 
background resume, certified college transcript(s). three 
reference forms (one of which shall be from an employer) from 
individuals not related to the applicant who shall certify to the 
good moral character of the applicant as defined in 21 NCAC 
?7D .020.3. licensing questionnaire( s ) from every state where the 
applicant has held a license and a one hundred twen t y five dollar 
($125.00) two hundred dollar ($200.00) application fee. 

Authoim- G.S. 90-280: 90-285: 90-287. 

SUBCH.4PTER 37F - TEMPORARY LICENSES 

SECTION .0100 - TEMPORARY LICENSE 
REQUIREMENTS 



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.0102 ISSUANCE AND RENEWAL OF 
TEMPORARY LICENSE 

(a) An applicant for a temporary license shall request, in 
writing, a temporary license package from the Board. pro\ide a 
letter from the owner or regional manager requesting the issue 
of such license for the facility, stating the circumstances 
necessitating the issuance of a temporary license, and submit a 
completed application package including payment of a one 
hu n dred dol l a r (S 100.00) two hundred dollar ($200.00) fee. 

(b) After an applicant is issued a temporary license he shall 
successfully pass the state examination as administered by the 
Board at the next scheduled testing period to retain the 
temporary license. 

(c) A temporary license may be renewed at the discretion of 
the Board for an additional period not to exceed a total of six 
months. 

(d) A temporary license shall be issued to the licensee to 
permit him to practice only in the nursing home to which he is 
assigned on the date of issuance. 

(e) If the Board renews the temporary license, no further fee 
shall be required. 

Aiahonn G.S. 90-278: 90-280: 90-285. 

SUBCHAPTER 37G - RENEWAL. INACTIVE. 

RESTORATION AND REINSTATEMENT, 

DUPLICATE 

SECTION .0100 - RENEWAL REQUIREMENTS 

.0102 RENEWAL FEE 

Upon making application for a new certificate of registration 
a licensee shall pay a biennial licensure fee of three hundred 
twentv-f ! \ 'e dolla r s ($325. 00). three hundred seventy five dollars 
($■^75.00). 

Authorin G.S. 90-280: 90-285: 90-286. 

SECTION .0200 - INACTIVE LICENSES 

.0201 INACTIVE STATUS REQUIREMENTS 

(a) An inactive list of administrators who are not practicing in 
this state shall be maintained by the Board. An administrator 
who desires to be placed on the inactive status list shall make a 
written request and submit a twenty-five dollar ( $25.00 ) fifty 
dollar ($50.00) per year fee to the Board. Inactive status shall 
only be granted on a prospective basis. 

lb) A request to be placed on the inactive status list shall be 
submitted to the Board no later than 30 days after expiration of 
the license under 2 1 NCAC 37G .0101(a). Failure to submit the 
request and payment oi' the fee within this time shall result in 
automatic expiration of the license retroactive to the expiration 
date. 

(c) An administrator may remain on the inactive list for a 
period not to exceed frvc four years. 



Authorin G.S. 90-280: 90-285. 

SUBCHAPTER 37H - CONTINUING EDUCATION 

SECTION .0100 - CONTINUING 
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 

.0102 CONTINUING EDUCATION 
PROGRAMS OF STUDY 

(a) The Board shall certify and administer courses in 
continuing education for the professional development of 
nursing home administrators and to enable persons to meet the 
requirements of the Rules in this Chapter. The licensee shall 
keep a record of his continuing education hours. Certified 
courses, including those sponsored by the Board, an accredited 
university, college or community college, associations, 
professional societies, or organizations shall: 

( 1 ) contain a minimum of two classroom hours of 
academic work and not more than eight classroom 
hours within a 24-hour period; and 

(2) include instruction in the following general subject 
areas or their equivalents: 

(A) Resident Care Management; 

(B) Personnel Management; 

(C) Financial Management; 

(D) Environmental Management; 

(E) Regulatory Management; 

(F) Organizational Management. 

(b) In lieu of certifyinii each course offered by a provider, the 
Board may certify the course prcnider for an annual fee not to 
exceed two thousand dollars ($2.000). 

rtr) [c] Certified courses not administered by the Board shall: 

( 1 ) be submitted to the Board for approval at least 30 
days prior to the presentation of the program; 

( 2 ) be accompanied with a fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) to 
cover the cost of reviewing and maintaining records 
associated with the continuing education program; 
and 

( 3 ) be approved for a period of one year from the date of 
initial presentation. 

(cl id] Courses from an accredited university or community 
college shall meet all requirements as outlined in paragraphs (a) 
and (b) of this Rule. A licensee submitting such courses for 
continuing education credit shall submit a copy of the final grade 
for said course work. Continuing education credit hours granted 
by the Board shall be the same as those granted by the 
institution. 

tdi lej Credit may be earned for participation in 
teleconlercnced course only if there is a third party 
representative of the course sponsor or the Board present to 
verify the licensees attendance throughout the course. No credit 
shall be earned for correspondence courses. 

t^ if] The Board shall charge a registration fee covering the 
cost of continuing education courses it sponsors, not to exceed 
two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00). 



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Aiithorlrx G.S. 12-3. 1(c)(3): 90-278; 90-280: 90-285: 90-286. 



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The Codifier of Rules has entered the following temporary rulels) in the North Carolina Administrative Code. Pursuant to G.S. 
] 50B-21 .lie), publication of a temporary rule in the North Carolina Register serves as a notice of rule-making proceedings 
unless this notice has been previoush published h\ the agency. 



TITLE 2 - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Rule-making Agency: North Carolina Structural Pest Ccmtrol 
Ccnnmittee 

Rule Citation: 2 NCAC 34 .0330 

Effective Date: October 2, 1999 

Findings Reviewed by Beecher R. Gray: Approved 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 106-65.29 

Reason for Proposed Action: S.L. 1999-381 amended the 
Structural Pest Control law effective October 1. 1999. thus 
requiring the Committee to make conforming changes to its 
rules. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments may be submirted to 
Carol Falco. Secretary. North Carolina Structural Pest Control 
Commitee. PO Bo.\ 27647. Raleigh. NC 27611 

CHAPTER 34 - STRUCTURAL PEST 
CONTROL DIVISION 

SECTION .0300 - LICENSING AND 
CERTIFICATION 

.0330 BRANCH OFFICE 

(a) A licensee shall not establish more than two branch 
olTices in addition to his/her htmie office. 

(h) The licensee shall rciiister each branch office with the 
Division prior to Us establishment and at the time of renewal of 
the license on a form prescribed by the Dmsion. 

(c) The licensee shall designate a certified applicator or 
applicatcirs to super\ise all structural pest control performed 
from the branch office^ 

(d) The designated certified applicator(s) shall be a regular, 
full-time empk)vee cvf the licensee, permanently assigned to and 
physically present at the branch office and shall ha\e access to 
the licensee, yja some method of communication, at aj] times. 

tcj At a minimum, the licensee shall provide the following 
iniormation concerning the branch office at the time of 
registration and uithin 10 days of any change jji the information: 

( 1 ) The physical location or address of the branch office; 

(2) The mailing address ot^ the branch office; 
{}) The telephone number oi the branch office; 

(4) The location, branch office or home office, at uhich 
records of work and pesticides used shall be stored; 

(5) The name of the designated certified applicator or 
certified applicators responsible for the super\ision of 



the branch office; and, 
(6) The names oi aH employees performing work from 
the branch office. 

(f) The branch office shall perform work only in the phase or 
phases m which the designated certified applicator, or certified 
applicators, holds a \alid certification. 

(^ At no time shall the branch (office (iperale for metre than 
10 w(>rking da\s without a designated certified applicator. 

(h) The licensee shall not establish any branch office more 
than 15 miles from the location of his/her home unless prior 
approN al has been obtained from the Ccuninittee to locate a 
branch office more than 75 miles from the licensee's primary 
residence. 

{1} Requests to operate a branch office more than 75 miles 
from the licensee'sprimary residence shall be made m writing to 
the Committee and shall include a plan ot supervision jji 
additu)n to the information jji Paragraph ic) of this Rule. At a 
minimum, the plan of super\ ision shall include: 

( 1 ) Complete training program, including a schedule of 
training; 

(2) An outline of the company organization shciwing the 
lines oi super\ision and responsibility', the credentials 
ol superx isor(s) (education, experience, certification 
status), percentage of time devoted to supervision, 
methods and personnel conducting quality control; 

(3) A description of communication capabiliiies and 
procedures between the home office and branch office 
and between the consumer and the branch and home 
offices; 

(4) A plan to be followed in the e\ent of emergencies 
such as fire, pesticide spills or other emerijency. 

(jj If. at any time, the Committee determines that any branch 
office IS not being adequately super\ ised, the branch office shall 
be ck)sed and shaH not resume operation nor shall the licensee 
be permitted to open any new branch office until a satisfactory 
plan of supervision has been approved by the Committee or until 
the olfice is made a home office. 

Histoiy Note: Authority G.S. 106-65.29: 
Temporan Ador>tum Eff. October 2^ 1999. 



TITLE 10 - DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES 

Rule-making Agency: DHHS - Division of Medical Assistance 

Rule Citation: 10 NCAC 26D .0101 

Effective Date: October 15. 1999 



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Findings Reviewed by Beecher R. Gray: Approved 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 108A-25(h): 42 CFR 
44i).2M)ul): 42 CFR 447.253: 42 CFR 456.1 

Reason for Proposed Action: The program was determined to 
he ineffective and discontinued effective 4/1/99. The contract 
11/7/; Medical Review of North Carolina for pre-admission 
screening was not renewed, thus, .wving medicaid dollars ft>r 
this program. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments concerning this rule- 
making action nnist he submitted to Portia W. Rochelle, Rule- 
making Coordinator. Division of Medical Assistance, 1985 
Umstead Drive. Raleigh. NC 27603. 

CHAPTER 26 - MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 

SUBCHAPTER 26D - LIMITATIONS ON 
AMOUNT: DURATION: AND SCOPE 

.0101 INPATIENT HOSPITAL SERVICES 

(a) Private and semi-privale rooms shall be reimbursed only 
when medically necessary (or when a census makes it 
necessary). Claims must be supported by a physicians 
statement. 

(b) Medical necessity for acute hospital level-of-care and 
length of stay will initially be determined by a hospital's 
Utilization Review Committee; however this need will be 
subject to post-payment review by the state agency. All claims 
will be subject to prepayment review for Medicaid coverage. 

(c) The State agency may grant a maximum of three 
administrative days to arrange for discharge of a patient to a 
lower le\'el-of-care. With prior approval by the State Medicaid 
agency, the hospital may be reimbursed for days in excess of the 
three administrative days at the statewide average rate for the 
particular level of care needed in the event a lower level-of-care 
bed in a Medicaid approved health care institution is not 
available. The hospital must, however, make every effort to 
place the recipient in an appropriate institution within the 
three-day administrative time allowance. 

(d) Preadmiss i on Authorisation 



ttt- 



Preadmis 



au t horization to admit a Medicaid 



ission au t norization to admit a medic; 
pa t ient for e lective acute hospital level of care is 



th 



r equ ire d ny the s t ate Ag en cy i n acco r dance w i 
p hys i cia n — d e velo pe d — c ri te r ia — e xce pt — u n de r — the 
following condi ti o n s : 

t7*r) Medicare is a primary payor, or 

tSl The admission is for a del i ve r y, o r 

t€^1 The patient is determined Medicaid eligible 

afte r admiss i on has occu rr ed. 

t^l Th e adm i tti n g p hysician is respons i ble fo r s e cu r ing 

th e au t ho r izat i o n . A denial t o autho ri ze t he ad m iss i on 
m ay h e ap p ealed b y the physic i an, or hospital. 
Failu r e to secure authorization shall result in denial o r 
re coupment for any inappropriate or unnecessaiy 



admission. 



(fH The S t ate Ag cn c v — wfH — e s t a bli sh Administ r at i ve 



m e cha ni sms to evaluate r eque st s fo r retroact i ve 



appr ova l s to co n s i de r c ases whe r e c i t her e vents 



occurr ed that we r e outs i de t he provider's control o r 
tech n ical p r ocessing er r o r s p r eve n t e d obtaining an 



authorization prior to the patient's being admitted to 
the hospital. 



f4-) In all cases involving a denial or recoupment, neither 

tl ' i e ho s pi t al no r practitioner may bill the patient. 
tel (dj Coverage for selected elective surgical procedures is 
contingent upon the rendering of a second opinion by another 
qualified practitioner when Medicaid is the primary payor. 
Categories of surgery which may be subject to a second surgical 
opinion requirement include hysterectomy, cholocystectomy, 
hemorrhoidectomy, knee surgery, coronary bypass, foot surgery, 
laminectomy, prostatectomy, tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy, 
inguinal hernia repair, varicose vein stripping and cataract 
surgery. This requirement may be waived by the state agency 
under the following conditions: 

( 1 ) Subsequent to the performance of the procedure the 
recipient is determined to be retroactively eligible 

( 2 ) Unanticipated circumstances precluded performance 
of a second surgical opinion; 

(3) Physician developed criteria precludes a second 
opinion. 

In all cases the final decision to perform the surgery rests with 
the recipient. A third opinion is covered but not required. 

Histon- Note: Authority G.S. 108A-25(b>: S.L 1985, c. 479, 

s. 86: 42 CFR. 440.230(d): 42 C.F.R.447.253: 42 C.F.R. 

456.1: 

Eff. February- I, 1976: 

Readopted Eff. October 31, 1977: 

Amended Eff. October I, 1986: August 1, 1986: October J, 

1982: 

Temporan- Amendment Eff. October 15, 1999. 



TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Rule-making Agency: North Carolina Marine Fisheries 
Commission 

Rule Citation: 15ANCAC 3J .0103: 3L.0205: 30 .0101, .0109 

Effective Date: October 2. 1999 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Beecher R. Gray 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 113-134: 113-168: 113- 
168.2: 113-168.3: 113-168.4: 113-168.5: 113-168.6: 113-169: 
113-169.2: 113-169.3: 113-169.4: 113-169.5: 113-171.1: 113- 
173: 113-182: 113-221: 143B-289.52 



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Reason for Proposed Action: 

15A NCAC3J.0103 The Fisheries Reform Act of 1997 and its 
amendments (House Bill 14481 required a complete review of 
the procedures for management of fisheries in North Carolina. 
Included were requirements for Fishery Management Plans. 
This amendment is a necessary temporary management measure 
determined necessaiy to ensure tlie viability of red drum while 
the FMP for red drum is being developed. The four regional 
ccmimittees and the Finfish Committee of the Marine Fisheries 
Commission reviewed these amendments before the September 
9-10 action. 

ISA NCAC3L .0205: The Fisheries Reform Act of 1997 and its 
amendments (House Bill 1448} required a complete review of 
the procedures for management of fisheries in North Carolina. 
Included were requirements for Fisheiy Management Plans. 
This amendment is a necessary action fir the completed Fishery 
Management Plan for Blue Crabs. Section 5.3 states "This act 
constitutes a recent act of the General Assembly within the 
meaning of G.S. I50B-21.1". 

15A NCAC 30.0101, .0109 The Fisheries Reform Act cf 1997 
and its amendments (House Bill 1448) required a complete 
review and rewrite of the license procedures for Marine 
Fisheries. Several of these procedures have been found to not 
be adequate since the implementation of these procedures July 
I. 1999. These amendments correct those problems. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments are encouraged and 
max be submitted to the MFC. Juanita Gaskill. PO Box 769. 
Morehead Cit}-. NC 28557. 

CHAPTER 3 - MARINE FISHERIES 

SUBCHAPTER 3J - NETS, POTS. DREDGES, 
AND OTHER FISHING DEVICES 

SECTION .0100 - NET RULES, GENERAL 

.0103 GILL NETS. SEINES, 

IDENTIFICATION. RESTRICTIONS 

(a) It is unlawful to use a gill net with a mesh length less than 
2-1/2 inches. 

(b) The Fisheries Director may. by proclamation, limit or 
prohibit the use of gill nets or seines in coastal waters, or any 
portion thereof, or impose any or all of the following restrictions 
on the use of gill nets or seines: 

( 1 ) Specify area; 

(2) Specify season: 

(3) Specify gill net mesh length: 

(4) Specify means/methods: 

(5) Specify net number and length: 

(c) It is unlawful to use fixed or stationary gill nets in the 
Atlantic Ocean, drift gill nets in the Atlantic Ocean for 
recreational purposes, or any gill nets in internal waters unless 
nets are marked by attaching to them at each end two separate 
yellow buoys which shall be of solid foam or other solid but)yant 
material no less than five inches in diameter and no less than 



five inches in length. Gill nets which are not connected together 
at the top line shall be considered as individual nets, requiring 
two buoys at the end of each individual net. Gill nets connected 
together at the top line shall be considered as a continuous net 
requiring two buoys at each end of the continuous net. Any other 
marking buoys on gill nets used for recreational purposes shall 
be yellow except one additional buoy, any shade of hot pink in 
color, constructed as specified in Paragraph (c) of this Rule, 
shall be added at each end of each individual net. Any other 
marking buoys on gill nets used in commercial fishing 
operations shall be yellow except that one additional 
identification buoy of any color or any combination of colors, 
except any shade of hot pink, may be used at either or both ends. 
The owner shall always be identified on a buoy on each end 
either by using engraved buoys or by attaching engraved metal 
or plastic tags to the buoys. Such identification shall uiclude 
owner'slast name and initials and if a vessel is used, one of the 
following: 

( 1 ) Owner's N.C. motor boat registration number; or 

(2) Owner's U.S. vessel documentation name: 

(d) It is unlawful to use gill nets: 

( 1 ) Within 200 yards of any pound net with lead and 
pound or heart in use; 

(2) From March I through October 31 in the Intracoastal 
Waterway within 150 yards of any railroad or 
highway bridge. 

(e) It is unlawful to use gill nets within 100 feet either side of 
the center line of the Intracoastal Waterway Channel south of 
Quick Flasher No. 54 in Alligator River at the southern entrance 
to the Intracoastal Waterway to the South Carolina line, unless 
such net is used in accordance with the following conditions: 

( 1 ) No more than two gill nets per boat may be used at 
any one time: 

(2) Any net used must be attended by the fisherman from 
a boat who shall at no time be more than 100 yards 
from either net: and 

(3) Any individual settmg such nets shall remove them, 
when necessary, in sufficient time to permit 
unrestricted boat navigation. 

(f) It is unlawful to use drift gill nets in violation of 15A 
NCAC 3 J .0101(2) and Paragraph (e) of this Rule. 

(g) It is unlawful to use unattended gill nets with a mesh 
lentith less than \"\\c inches in a coinmercial fishint! operation in 
the following areas: gill nets from May 1 through Octo b er 31 
w i th a mesh l e n gth of less than five inches i n internal coastal 
wa ter s (mc l udm g joml wa t ers) u n less attended. In order to be 
co n side r ed atte n ded, th e fisl i e in ie r rmust be within 100 yards of 
any n et e m p l o y ed by that fisfie im a n . 

(1 ) Pamlico River, west of a line bciiinning at a point on 
Mauls Pomt at 35° 26' 56" N - 76° 55' 33" W; 
runnint: 066° (M) to a point on Ragged Point at 35° 
27' 33" N-76'^ 54'23" W; 

(2) Within 200 vards of any shcireline m Pamlicc^ River 
and its tributaries east ol" the line Irom Mauls Point at 
35_ 26 " 56: N ; 76_ 55; 33: W, running 066^ (M) to 
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west of a line beginning at a point on Pamlico Point at 
351 21" Ji: N ; 761 29." OO: W ; runninL' 018^ (M) 
throutih Marker #1 to a point on Rcios Point at 35' IS' 
48"N-76' 28' 16" W; 

(3) Puntio River, cast oT a line hctzinninji at a rioint on 
Durants Point at 35" 30' 30" N - 76 35' 12" W; 
runninii 319' (M) to the northern side of the 
breakwater at 35" 3r48" N - 76' 36' 53" W; 

(4) Within 200 yards of anyshcireline in Puntio River and 
ks tributaries west oi the Ime Iroin Durants Point at 
351 30.' 3(r N ; 761 35." ir W, runninti 319" (M) to 
the northern side of the breakwater at 35' 31 ' 48" N ^ 
76" 36' 53" W. and west of a line beginning at a point 
on Pamlico Point at 35' 22' 18" N- 76 29' 00" "W; 
running 018" (M) through Marker #1 to a point on 
Roos Point at 35 18"48"N- 76' 28" 16" W; 

(5) Neuse River and its tributaries northwest of the 
Highway 17 highrise bridge: 

(6) Trent Ri\er and its tributaries; 

(7) Within 200 yards of any shoreline in Neuse River and 
its tributaries east of a line from the Highway 17 
highrise bridge and west of a line beginning at a point 
on Wilkinson Point at 34° 57" 53" N - 76" 48' 15" W; 
running 203 ° (M) to a point on Cherry Point at 34 
'56' 27"N-76' 48'42" W. 

(h) It is unlawful to use unattended gill nets with a mesh 
length less than five inches in a commercial fishing operation 
from May 1 through October 3 1 in the following internal coastal 
and joint waters of the state south of a line beginning at a point 
on Roanoke Marshes Point at 35" 48' 12" N - 75' 43" 06" W; 
running 122' (M) to a point on Eagle Nest Bay at 35_ 44." 121 N 
- 75 ° 3 r 09" W to the South Carolina State Line: 

(1) All pri mary nursery areas described in 15A NCAC 
3R .0103. all permanenl seccindary nursery areas 
described in 15A NCAC 3R .0104. and no trawl areas 
described in 15A NCAC 3R .0106(3 ).(4).(6). and (7): 

(2) In the area along the Outer Banks, beginning at a 
point on Core Banks at 34" 58" 49" N -76' 09" 59" 
W: running 292 " ( M ) to a point on Wain wright Island 
at34_5y.'2BlN;761i2;281Wl running 026' (M) 
to a point al35100"i61N;761il"121Wl running 
034° (Mi to a point at 35" 01" 35" N - 76" ir27"W: 
running 059" (M) to a point at 35" 06' 24" N - 76° 04' 
20" W: running 044° (M) to a point at 35 ' 08" 26" N - 
76" 02" 30" W: running 090' (M) to a point at 35' 09" 
181 N I 751 5£ i^l W, running 063 ' (Mi to a point 
351 19; 021 N ; 751 36 " 191 W, running 038" (M) to 
a point at3512r481N;7513i"361W, running 
026° (M ) to a point at 35 ' 28' 27" N - 75 " 3 1' 2 1 " W: 
running 010" to a point at 35_ 35_' 591 N ; 751 iL' 121 
W: running 355 "(M) to a point ?!y_ 45.' UZ N ; 75' 
34'06"W: running 122" (M) to a point at 35' 44' 1 1" 
N - 75° 31" 05" W Thence running south aU^ng the 
shoreline across the inlets to the point of beginning: 

(3) In Back and Ccire sc^unds. beginning al a point on 
Shackleford Banks at 34 - 39' 59" N - 76' 34' 16" W; 
running 004 ' ( M ) to a point at Marker #3 at 34° 41' 



19" N - 76° 33'50" W: thence running 103" (M) to a 
point at34140'221N;76130"411W, thence 
running 1 9 " (M) to a point near Marker ?A37" at 
34_ il" 351 N ; 761 28; 351 Wl thence runnint; 350° 
tMj to a point at 34° 43' 45" N - 76" 28' 36" W: 
thence running 025 ' (M) to a point at 341 iK Oil N - 
76' 24." 471 ^ thence running 042' (M) to a point 
near Drum Inlet at 34° 51" 03" N - 76" 20" 18" W; 
thence running 034 " (M) Ui a point at 341 53.' 251 N ^ 
76' 17' 21" W: thence running 008 (M) Ui a point at 
34' 53' 55" N- 76" 1 7' 07" W: thence running 110" 
iMi t() a point at 34" 53' 33" N - 76" 16' 25" W: 
thence running 026 (M) to a pt)int at 34' 56' 33" N ; 
76" 13; 371 W^ thence running 094' (M) to a point at 
34" 56' 29" N - 76" 1 3' 1 7" W: thence running 013° 



tMi to a point at 34" 58' 1 1" N - 76" 12' 18" W; 
thence running 330' (M) to a point at 34' 58"48" N- 
76' 12' 31" W: thence running 000' (M) to a point on 
Wainw right Island at M' 59' 26" N - 76' 12' 22" W: 
thence running 096" (M) to a point on Core Banks at 
34^ 5S; 491 N ; 76_ 09 ' 591 Wl thence following the 
shoreline south across Drum and Barden inlets to the 
point (^f beginning: 
(4) Within 200 yards of any shoreline, except from 
October 1 through October 31. south and east of 
Highway 12 in Carteret County and south of a line 
from a point on Core Banks at 34' 58'49" N - 76" 09' 
59" W, running 292 (M) to Camp Point at 35' 00' 
Q51N:76ll4;481Wtothe South Carolina State 
Line. 

Histon Note: Authority G.S. lU-134: } 13-171!: 1 13-182: 

113-221: 143B-289.52: 

Eff. Januan 1. 1991: 

Amended Ejf. August 1, 1998: March 1. 1996: March 1. 1994: 

July 1. 1993: September 1. 1991: 

Temporary Amendment Ejf. October Z. 1999: July 1, 1999: 

October 22. 1998 

SUBCHAPTER 3L - SHRIMP, CRABS, 
AND LOBSTER 

SECTION .0200 - CRABS 

.0205 CRAB SPAWNING SANCTUARIES 

(a) It IS unlawful to set or use trawls, pots, and mechanical 
methods for oysters or clams a trawl net or take crabs with the 
use of commercial fishing equipment from the crab spawning 
sanctuaries described in 15A NCAC 3R .01 10 from March 1 
through August 31. 

(b) From September 1 through February 28. the Fisheries 
Director may, by proclamation, close the crab spawning 
sanctuaries and may impose any or all of the following 
restrictions: 

( 1 ) Specify number of days; 

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(3) Specify means and methods which may be employed 
in the taking: 

(4) Specify time period; 

(5) Limit the quantity. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 113-134. 1 1 3-182. 1 1 3-221 : 

I43B-289.52: 

Eff. January I. 1991: 

Amended Eff. Max 1 . 1997: 

Temporary Amendment Eft'. October 2^ 1999. 

SUBCHAPTER 30 - LICENSES, LEASES, 
AND FRANCHISES 

SECTION .0100 - LICENSES 

.0101 PROCEDURE AND REQUIREMENTS 

TO OBTAIN LICENSES, ENDORSEMENTS 
AND COMMERCIAL FISHING VESSEL 
REGISTRATIONS 

(al To obtain any Marine Fisheries licenses, endorsements, 
comincrcial fishing vessel registrations except Recreational 
Fishing Tournament Licenses to Sell Fish and Land or Sell 
Licenses, the following information is required for a proper 
application by the licensee, a responsible party or person holding 
a power of attorney: 

( 1 ) Full name, physical address, mailing address, date of 
birth, and signature of the licensee on the application. 
If the licensee is not appearing before a license agent 
or a representative of the Division, the licensee's 
signature on the application must be notarized: 

(2) Valid picture Picture identification of licensee or 
responsible party: acceptable forms of picture 
identification are driver's license, state identification 
card, military identification card, resident alien card 
(green card) or passport or if purchased by mail, a 
copy thereof: 

O) Certification that the applicant does not have four or 
more marine or estuarine resource violations during 
the previous three years: 

(4) Valid documentation papers or current motor boat 
registration or copy thereof when purchasing a 
commercial fishing vessel registration. If an 
application for transfer of documentation is pending, 
a copy of the pending application and a notarized bill 
of sale may be submitted: 

(5) Current articles of incorporation and a current list of 
corporate officers when purchasing a license or 
commercial fishing vessel registration in a corporate 
name. Effective October L 1999. in the case of 
inccirporation of an indi\idual fishing vessel, the 
name oi' the master oi' that vessel shall also be 
specified. It is unlawful t(i fail lo notify the Morehead 
Office of the Division oi Marine Fisheries within f i ve 
days of change oi ifie master specified ior that vessel: 

(6) If a partnership is established by a written partnership 



agreement, a current copy of such agreement shall be 
provided when purchasing a license, endorsement or 
commercial fishing vessel registration in a partnership 
name: 

(7) For nonresidents, certification of the stale of 
residency: 

(8) In addition to the information required in G.S. 1 13- 
1 69.4, linear length of pier when purchasing an Ocean 
Fishing Pier License: 

(9) In addition lo the information required in G.S. 1 13- 
171.1, current aircraft registration and list of 
operaiori s ) when purchasing a Spotter Plane License: 

(10) In addition, for fish dealers licenses, the physical 

address of the established location where business is 

conducted and. if different, the address where records 

are kept. 

(b) To obtain a License to Land Flounder from the Atlantic 

Ocean: 

( 1 ) To qualify for a License to Land Flounder from the 
Atlantic Ocean, the applicant shall: 

(A) have landed in North Carolina at least 1,000 
pounds of flounder from a single vessel each 
year from the Atlantic Ocean during any two of 
the 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-93 license years 
for which the person had a vessel that was 
licensed to land in North Carolina: and 

(B) have been licensed under G.S. 1 13-152 or 1 13- 
133 during any two of the 1992-93, 1993-94, 
or 1994-95 license years: and 

(C) hold a valid Standard or Retired Commercial 
Fishing License or valid Land or Sell License. 

(2) It is lawful for a person to hold Licenses to Land 
Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean equal to the number 
of vessels that he owns that indi\idually met the 
eligibility requirements of Subparagraphs (b)(1)(A) 
and (b)(1)(B) of this Rule. 

(3) The License to Land Flounder from the Atlantic 
Ocean is only valid when used on the vessel specified 
at the time of license issuance. 

(4) Al the time of issuance, the applicant tor the License 
to Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean shall 
specify the name of the master of the vessel for each 
License to Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean 
issued. 

(5) Applicants for a License to Land Flounder from the 
Atlantic Ocean shall complete an application form 
provided by the Division of Marine Fisheries and 
submit it lo the Morehead City Office of the Division 
of Marine Fisheries for processing. 

(6) It is unlawful for the holder of the License to Land 
Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean to fail to notify the 
Morehead Office of (he Division of Marine Fisheries 
within five days of change as to the master identified 
on the license. 

(7) Licenses to Land Flounder from the .Atlantic Ocean 
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(c) To obtain a Recreational Fishing Tournament License to 
Sell Fish, the following inlormation is required for a proper 
application: 

( 1 ) Full name, physical address, mailing address, dale of 
birth, signature of the tournament organizer, name of 
tournament, and dates of tournament on the license 
application. If the licensee is not appearing before a 
representative of the Division, the licensee's signature 
must be notarized on the application. 

(2) Valid picture Pictu r e identification of tournament 
organizer; acceptable forms of picture identification 
are driver's license, state identification card, military 
identification card, or passport, or if purchased by 
mail, a copy thereof. 

(3) The tournament organizer must apply with the 
Division of Marine Fisheries at least 30 days prior to 
the starting date of the tournament. 

(d) To obtain a Land or Sell License, the following 
information is required for a proper application: 

( 1 ) Full name, physical address, mailing address, date of 
birth, and signature of the responsible party or master 
for the vessel on the license application. If the 
licensee is not appearing before a representative of the 
Division, the licensee's signature on the application 
must be notarized on the application; 

(2) Valid picture Pictured identification of responsible 
party or master; acceptable forms of picture 
identification are driver's license, state identification 
card, military identification card, or passport or if 
applying by mail, a copy thereof; 

(3) Valid documentation papers or current motor boat 
registration or copy thereof when purchasing a 
commercial fishing vessel registration. If an 
application for transfer of documentation is pending, 
a copy of the pending application and a notarized hill 
of sale may be submitted. 

Fees will be based on the vessel's homeport as it appears on the 
U.S. Coast Guard documentation papers or the State in which 
the vessel is registered. 

(e) Proof of residency in North Carolina for: 

( I ) Standard Commercial Fishing License or Retired 
Standard Commercial Fishing License shall be: 

( A ) a notarized certification from the applicant that 
the applicant is a resident of the State of North 
Carolina as defined by G.S. 1 13-130(4) and 

(B) a notarized certification from the applicant that 
a North Carolina State Income Tax Return was 
filed for the previous calendar or tax year as a 
North Carolina resident; or 

(C) a notarized certification that the applicant was 
not required to file a North Carolina State 
Income Tax Return for the previous calendar 
or tax year; or 

(D) military identification, military dependent 
identification and permanent change of station 
orders or assiL'nmenl orders substantiatinsi 



individual's active duty assignment at a 
military facility in North Carolina. 
(2) All other types of licenses; 

( A ) North Carolina voter registration card; or 

(B) Valid North Carolina Driver's License; or 

(C) Valid North Carolina Certificate of Domicile; 
or 

(D) Valid North Carolina Identification Card 
issued by the North Carolina Division of Motor 
Vehicles; or 

(E) Military identification, military dependent 
identification and permanent change of station 
orders or assignment orders substantiating 
individual's active duty assignment at a 
military facility in North Carolina. 

(f) Applications submitted without complete and required 
information will be deemed incomplete and will not be 
considered further until resubmitted with all required 
information. 

(g) License holders are required to notify the Division of 
Marine Fisheries within 30 days of a change of address. 

(h) Licenses are available at Offices of the Division or by 
mail from the Morehead City Office, unless otherwise specified. 
In addition. Recreational Commercial Gear Licenses are 
available at Wildlife Service Agents who have been designated 
as agents of the Department. 

Hiswry Note: Aullumtx G.S. 113-134: 113-168: 113-168.1: 

113-168.2: J 13-168.3: 113-168.4: 113-168.5: 113-168.6: 113- 

169: 113-169.2: 113-169.3: 113-169.4: 113-169.5: 113-171.1: 

143B-289.52: 

Ejf.Jamiaiyl. 1991: 

Amended Eff. July 1. 1997: March 1. 1994: 

Temporaiy Amendment Eff. October 2. 1999: July 1. 1999. 

.0109 ASSIGNMENT OF SCFL 

(a) The Division of Marine Fisheries will provide assignment 
forms upon issuance of the Standard Commercial Fishing 
License. Assignment must be made on the Division assignment 
forms. On the assignment form, the Standard Commercial 
Fishing License holder must designate what, if any, 
endorsements are included in the assignment. Endorsements 
may not be assigned independent of the Standard Commercial 
Fishing License. It is unlawful for the Standard Commercial 
Fishing License holder to fail to submit the completed 
assignment form to the Morehead City Division Office in person 
or by mail. An assignment is in effect from the date specified on 
the assignment form and when: 

( 1 ) assignment form is properly completed; 

(2) signatures of the current license holder and the 
assignee are notarized; and 

(3) assignee has in their possession the original actual 
Standard Commercial Fishing License with 
endorsements of ihe current license holder. 

(bi Assignments terminate when: 
( 1 )- date specified on the assignment form is reached; or 
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license or assignmenl; cir 

(3) Division receives a notarized statement from tiie 
current license holder stating a revised date for an 
earlier assignment termination; or 

(4) upon the licensee or assignee's death; or 

(5) the Standard Commercial Fishing License expires. 
If the properly completely assignmenl form is not 
received by the Division within tlve days from the date it 
was signed, the assignment is null and void. For an 
extension of time for assignments, a new assignmenl 
form must be completed in accordance with 
Subparagraphs (a)( I ) - (a)(3) of this Rule. 

(c) It is unlawful for an individual assigned a Standard 
Cominercial Fishing License to fail to have available ready at 
hand for inspection all required documents as stated under G.S. 
1 1 3- 1 68. 1 . The assignee when involved in a commercial fishing 
operation must have the original actual Standard Commercial 
Fishing License and any assigned endorsements and a copy of 
the assignment forni in their possession ready for inspection. 

(d) All landings occurring during the time of the assignment 
will be credited to the Standard Commercial Fishing License 
ht>lder. not the assignee. 

(e) It is unlawful to be assigned more than a single Standard 
Commercial Fishing License at any one time. It is unlawful to 
assign a Standard Commercial Fishing License to more than one 
individual at any one time. Assignments can only be made by 
the person issued the Standard Commercial Fishing License and 
can not be further assigned by assignees. Masters identified on 
the Standard Cominercial Fishine License ot' corporations 
consistinii oi an indi\ idual fishint: vessel ma\ not assiiin such 
licenses. 

(f) It is unlawful for a person to accept assignment of a 
Standard Commercial Fishing License for which they are 
ineligible. A nonresident is not el i gible for assignment of a 
resident Standard Commercial Fishing License. 

(g) Assignments submitted without complete and required 
information will be deemed not in effect and will not be 
considered further until resubmitted with all required 
information. 

( h ) It is unlawful for any assignee of a Standard Commercial 
Fishing License not to return the assignment and the Standard 
Commercial Fishing License with any assigned endorsements to 
the assignor of that license within five days of notice that the 
assignment has been terminated or a demand by the assignor to 
return the license. 

History Note: AitthoritxG.S. 1 1^-134: 1 U-168.1 : 1 13-168.2: 

113-168.5: 143B-289.52: 

Ejf.Jamtaiy 1. 1991: 

Temporan Amendment Ejf. October 2. 1999; Jith I. 1999. 

Rule-making .Agency: Coastal Resources Commission 
Rule Citation: 15A NCAC 7H .2501 -.2505 



Effective Date: October 2. 1999 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Beecher R. Gray 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 113A-24: 1 13A-I(l2(h): 
113-107: 

Reason for Proposed Action: This Rule will provide relief to 
victims of Hurricane Floyd b\ deferring permit fees and 
expediting permit processes for rebuilding hurricane damaged 
structures 

Comment Procedures: Comments nuiy he submitted to Doug 
Huggett. NC Division of Coastal Management. 1638 Mad 
Sen-ice Center Raleigh. NC 27699-1638. 

CHAPTER 7 - COASTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 7H - STATE GUIDELINES FOR 
AREAS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN 

SECTION .2500 - EMERGENCY GENERAL 

PERMIT FOR REPLACEMENT OF STRUCTURES, 

THE RECONSTRUCTION OF PRIMARY OR 

FRONTAL DUNE SYSTEMS. AND THE 

MAINTENANCE EXCAVATION OF EXISTING 

CANALS, BASINS, CHANNELS. OR 

DITCHES, DAMAGED, DESTROYED, 

OR FILLED IN BY 1999 HURRICANES 

OR TROPICAL STORMS, PROVIDED 

ALL REPLACEMENT, RECONSTRUCTION 

AND MAINTENANCE EXCAVATION 

ACTIVITIES CONFORM TO ALL 

CURRENT STANDARDS 

.2501 PURPOSE 

(a) This pemiil shall allow for: 

( 1 ) the replacement of structures that were located wuhin 
the estuarine system and/or public trust Areas of 
Environmental Concern and that were destroyed or 
damaged be vond 50 percent of the structure' s value as 
a result of any 1999 hurricane or tropical storm; 

(2) a one time per properly fee dclermenl for the 
reconstruction or repair by beach hulldo/in'i of 
hurricane or tropical storm daniajied frontal or 
primary dune systems; and 

(3) a one lime p er propert\ fee defemienl for maintenance 
dredaing activities within exislint; basins, canals, 
channels, and ditches. 



(b) Structure replacement, dune reconstruction, and 
maintenance cxcavatit^n acti\ities authorized h\ this permit shall 
conform with all current use standards and rctiulations. The 
structural replacement component of this iieneral permit shall 
only be applicable where the structure was in place and ser\ ing 
its intended function as of Sepleinher 4^ 1999. and shall not 
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Environmental Concern ( AEC) or waters adjacent to these AECs 
with the exception of th>)se portions of shoreline that feature 
characteristics ot' Estuarinc Shorelines. Such features include 
the presence of wetland \eijetation. lower wave energy, and 
lower erosion rates than in the adjoining Ocean Erodible Area. 

HisTorx Note: Aiit/writy G.S. JJ3A-H)7: llSA-US.l: 
Teinporaiy Adoption Eff. October 2^ 1999. 

.2502 APPROVAL PROCEDURES 

(a) The applicant must contact the Division of Coastal 
Management and request approval for structural replacement, 
dune reconstruction, or maintenance excavation. The applicant 
shall provide information on site location, dimensions of the 
project area, and his or her name and address. 

(b) The applicant must pro\ ide: 

( 1 ) Description of the extent of repair, replacement, 
reconstruction, or maintenance excavation needed, 
including dimensions and shoreline length; 

(2) In the case of structural replacements, any additional 
documentation confirming the existence of the 
structure prior to the hurricane or trt^pical storm, such 
as surveys. pre\ lous permits, photographs or videos. 

(c) For projects involving the excavation or filling of any area 
of estuarinc water, the applicant must provide confirmation that 
the adjacent riparian pniperty owners have been notified by 
certified mail of the proposed wurk. Such ncnice shall instruct 
adjacent property owners to provide any comments on the 
proposed dev elopment in writing for consideration by permitting 
officials to the Divisicm ot' Coastal Management within 10 days 
of receipt of the notice, and, indicate that no response shall he 
interpreted as no objection. PCM staff shall review aH 
comments and determine, based on their relevance to the 
potential impacts of the proposed project, if the proposed project 
can be approved by this General Pennit. If DCM staff finds that 
the comments are worthy of more in-depth re\ iew , the applicant 
shall be ncUified that he or she must submit an application for a 
major development pennit. 

(d) No u'ork shall begin until a meeting is held with the 
applicant and appropriate Division of Coastal Management 
representative. Written authorization to proceed with the 
proposed development may be issued during this meeting. 

(e) Replacement, reconstruction or maintenance excavation 
activities must be completed on o\- before Octciber I. 2000. 

(f) Authorizations under this General Permit shall not be 
issued after October 1. 2000. 

Historx Note: Aiithoritx G.S. lBA-107: I13A-I18.I: 
Teiiiporan- Adoption Eff. October 2^ 1999. 

.2503 PERMIT FEE 

The standard permit fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) has been 
deferred for this General Permit. 

History Note: Authority G.S. llM-107: 113A-118.1; 
Tenworan Adoption Eff. October 2^ 7999. 



.2504 GENERAL CONDITIONS 

(a) This permit authorizes only the re placement oi" damaged 
or destroyed structures, the reconstruction of frontal or primary 
dunes, and maintenance excavation activities conforming to the 
standards described in this Section. 

(b) This permit does not authorize the replacement of any 
structure within any Ocean Hazard Area of Environmental 



Concern, with the exception of those portions of shoreline 
within the Ocean Hazard AEC that feature characteristics of 
Estuarinc Shorelines. Such features include the presence of 
wetland vegetation, lower wave energy, and lower erosion rates 
than in the adjoining Ocean Erodible Area. 

(c) Individuals shall allow authorized representatives of the 
Department of Environment and Natural Resources to make 
periodic inspections at any time deemed necessary in order to be 
sure that the activity being performed under authority of this 
general pennit js in accordance with the terms and conditions 
prescribed in this Section. 

(d) This general permit shall not be applicable to proposed 



construction when the Department determines after any 
necessary investigations, that the proposed activity would 
adversely affect areas which possess historic, cultural, scenic, 
conservation, or recreational values. 

(e) This general pennit shall not be applicable to proposed 
construction w here the Department determines that authorization 



be warranted, but that the proposed activity might 



significantly affect the quality ot' the human environment, or 
unnecessarily endanger adjoining properties. In those cases, it 
shall be necessary to review the proposed project under the 
established CAM A Major or Minor Development Permit review 



procedures. 

(f) This permit does not eliminate the need to obtain any other 



required state, local, or federal authorization. 

(g) This pennit does not preclude an individual from applying 
for other authorizations for structure replacement that may be 
available under the Coastal Area Management Act and the Rules 
of the Coastal Resources Commission. However, permit fees for 
any such authorization shall not be waived or deferred. 

History Note: Authority G.S. llM-107: 113A-11K1: 
Temporary- Adoption Eff. October !. 1999. 

.2505 SPECIFIC CONDITIONS 

(a) The replacement of a damaged or destroyed structure shall 
take place within the footprint and dimensions that existed 
immediately prior to the damaging hurricane or tropical storm. 
No structural enlargement or additions shall be allowed. 

(b) Structure replacement, dune reconstruction, and 
maintenance excavation authorized bv this permit shall conform 
to the existing use standards and regulations for exemptions, 
minor de\elopment permits and maior development permits, 
including general permits. These use standards include, but are 
not limited to: 

OJ 15A NCAC 7H .0208(b)(6) for the replacement of 

docks and piers; 
(2j 15A NCAC 7H .Q208(b)(7) for the replacement of 

bulkheads and shoreline stabilization measures; 



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tii I5A NCAC 7H .0208(b)(9) for the replacement ot' 
wooden and riprap eroins: 
I5A NCAC 7H 1500 lor maintenance excavation 



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actnities: 



1 5 A NCAC 7H . 1 800 lor heach bulldo/mi; landward 
ol the mean hitih water mark. 
(c) The replacement cA an e.xistin'i dock or pier lac i lit v. 
including a.ssociated structures, marsh enhancement hreakw aters 
or groins shall be set back 15 leet I'rom the adjoininii property 
lines and the riparian access dnidmg hne. The line oi dnision 
ot riparian access shall be established by drawme a hne along 
the channel or deep water in front of the property, then drawing 
a line perpendicular to the line of the channel so that it intersects 
with the shore at the point the upland property line meets the 
water's edge, .\pplication of this Rule may be aided by 
reference to the approNcd diagram in 1 5.4 NCAC 7H .12()5(q). 
illustrating the rule as applied to various shoreline 
configurati(>ns. Copies of the diagram may be obtained from the 
Division of Coastal Management. When shoreline configuration 
is such that a perpendicular aligninent can not be achie\ ed. the 
pier shall be aligned to meet the intent oi' tfus Rule to the 
maximum extent practicable. The setback ma\ be waned by 
written agreement of the adjacent riparian owner(s) or when the 
two adjoining riparian owners are co-applicants. Should the 
adjacent property be sold before replacement of the structure 
begins, the applicant shall c)btain a written a^r^reemeni with the 
new owner waiving the minimum setback and submit n to the 
Dixision of Coastal Management prior to initiating an\ 
construction of the structure. 



HistoiyNote: Authorin G.S. 113A-I07: 113A-118.]; 
Temporarx Adoption Eff. October 2^ 1999. 



TITLE 19A - DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

Rule-making Agency: NC Department of Transportation - 
Division of Highnays 

Rule Citation: I9A NCAC 2E .0207. .0215. .0226. .0602 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: BeecherR. Gray 

Effective Date of Temporary Rule: November 16. 1999 

Proposed Effective Date of Permanent Rule: August 1. 2000 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 136-130: 136-133 

Reason for Proposed Action: Rules are proposed for 
amendment and adoption to enable recent action by the North 
Carolina General Assembly. Senate Bill 254. ratified July 2 f 
1999. amends G.S. 136-133 to increase the permit fee the 
departtnent may charge for outdoor advertising .structures and 
directional signs. The bill also allows the department to issue 
a stop work order if a permit has not been issued for the 



construction of outdoor advertising. The bill also amends 
Chapter 136 by adding a new section. 18.7. to allow the 
department to charge a $200 fee for a selective vegetatum 
removal permit. 

A Public Hearing will be coiulucted at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. 
on November 16. 1999 at the Highway Building Auditorium, 1 
South Wilmington Street. Raleigh. NC 2761 1. 

Comment Procedures: Any interested person max submit 
written comments on proposed rules by mailing the comments to 
Emily Lee. Department of Transportation. PO Box 25201. 
Raleigh. NC 27611. by December 1, 1999. 

Fiscal Impact 
State Local Sub. None 
/ 

CHAPTER 2 - DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 

SUBCHAPTER 2E - MISCELLANEOUS 
OPERATIONS 

SECTION .0200 - OUTDOOR ADVERTISING 

.0207 FEES AND RENEWALS 

(a) Initial and annual renewal fees shall be required to be paid 
by the sign owners of the outdoo r adve r tismg structu r es for each 
permit requested in order to defer the costs of the administrative 
and inspection expenses incurred b>' the Division of Highways 
of the Department of Transportation in administering the permit 
procedures. 

(b) An initial nonrefundable fee of sixty dolla r s ($(^>0.00) one 
hundred and twenty dollars (SI 20.00) per outdoor ad\ ertising 
structure shall be submitted with each applicatio n fo r a p er mit. 
pemrii application and an annual nonrefundable renewal fee of 
thirty dollars (S30.00) sixty dollars (S60.0()) per sign structure 
shall be paid by the sign owners of the outdoo r adve rti sing 
structures on i^r before April 1 5 of each year to the appropriate 
district engineer. The Sign owners of outdoo r adve r t i s i ng 
structures must return the information required under Paragraph 
(c) of this Rule with their annual renewal fees. 

(c) The Di\ision of Highways of the Department of 
Transportation shall send an invoice for the annual renewal fee 
to each owne r of an outdoor adxenis i ng — structure sign 
owner/pennit holder with a valid permit fo r the an n ual renewal 
fccT permit. For a renewal to be approved, the owner of an 
outdoor adv ertisin g structu r e sign owner/pennit holder must 
submit the signed invoice along with the renewal fee. For 
re newal of a p ermit which was issued aft er March I. 1990 and 
fo r which the l e ase or p r op er ty i n te re sts or right of en try 
agreement as required unde r I9A NCA C 2E .0206 does not 
con t inue in full force and effe c t t hrough the date of the next 
renewal in\ ' oicc. t he own er of the outdoor adv ert is i ng struc t ur e 
mus t su b mit a n upda te d memorandu m of lease, or o t ii cr proof 
of i n t er est o r r ig ht of entry agreement w it h i n 3 davs documents 



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have been executed. If requested, the pennit hulder/sign owner 
shall provide a valid lease or (ither proof of interest in the land 
where the sign is located. Failure to submit updated documents 
this documentation w ithin 30 days of execution written request 
from the District Engineer bv certified mail will subject the 
pemiit to revocation under 19A NCAC 2C .0210(12). 2E 
.0210(4). 

History Note: Authority G.S. 136-130: 136-133: 

Eff.Julyl. 1978: 

Amended Eff. November 1. 1993: October 1. 1991: December 

1. 1990:Jul\l. 1986: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. November 16, 1999. 

.0215 PERMITS FOR DIRECTIONAL SIGNS 

A pennit shall be required for the construction or maintenance 
of any directional sign permitted by Rule .0214 of this 
Subchapter, except that no permit shall be required to erect or 
maintain directional signs to religious sites or for the 
construction and maintenance of official signs and notices, 
public utility signs, service club and religious notices, and public 
service signs, as defined by Rule . 020 h 10)(a).(b). (c). and (\H) 
.0201( 1 ). (k). and (1) of this Subchapter. An initial fee of twertty 
dollars (S20.00 ) forty dollars ($40.00) shall be paid with each 
application for a permit, t o cove r the administ ra tive a n d 
inspection costs, pennit. An annual renewal of each pennit. 
along with a renewal fee of thirtv dollars ($30.00) . shall be 
required in order to maintain such directional signs. A r en e wal 
fee of fifteen dollars ($15.00) shall be paid with each application 
for annual renewal of the permit. Permit and renewal of the 
permits may be obtained from the district engineer. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 136- J 30: 136-133; 

Eff July 1. 1978: 

Amended Eff. November 1. 1993: July 1. 1986. March 1. 1983. 

June 15. 1981: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. November 1^ 1999. 

.0226 ORDER TO STOP WORK ON 
UNPERMITTED OUTDOOR 
ADVERTISING 

If outdoor ad\erlising is under constructicm and the 
Department determines that a pennit has not been issued for the 
outdoor advertisin g as required under the provisions of this 
chapter, the District Engineer is authorized to require that all 
work on the sign cease until the sign owner shows that the sign 
does not violate the pnnisions of this chapter. The order to 
cease work shall be in writing and prominently pcisted on the 
outdoor advertising structure, and no further notice of the stop 
work order is required. The failure of a sign owner to comply 
immediately with the stop work order shall suhjccl the outdoor 
advenising structure to removal bv the Department of 
Transportation or its agents. 

( 1 ) For purposes of this Section only, outdoor advenising 
is under construction when h is m an\ phase of 
construction prior to the attachment and display of the 
advertising message in final position for viewing bv 



the traveling public. 

(2) The cost of removing outdoor advertising by the 
Department of Transportation or its agents shall be 
assessed against the ow ner of the unpermitted outdoor 
advertising. 

(3) No stop work order may be issued when the 
Department of Transportation process agent has been 
served with a court order allowing the sign to be 
constructed. The District Engineer shall consult with 
the Outdoor Advertising coordinator Ui determine 
whether such an order has been served on the 
Department. 

Histor}' Note: Authority G.S. 136-130: 136-133: 
Temporan- Adopti(m Eff. November 16. 1999. 

SECTION .0600 - SELECTIVE 
VEGETATION REMOVAL POLICY 

.0602 REQUESTS FOR PERMITS 

(a) Applicationsforselective vegetation thinning, pruning, or 
removal (exclusive of grasses) shall be made by theownerof the 
business or advertisement to the appropriate Division Engineer 
of the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Division of 
Highways. A fee of two hundred dollars ($200.00) must 
accompany each application. 

(b) Selective vegetation thinning, pruning, or removal wrtt 
shall be permitted only for the permittee's facilities adjacent to 
highway right of way at locations where such facilities have 
been constructed. The provisions wrH shall not be used to 
provide visibility to undeveloped property. 

(c) Applications must be accompanied by a sketch showing 
the requested limits of the selective thinning, pruning, or 
removal of vegetation. For outdoor advertising displays, these 
limits shall be restricted to a maximum of 125 feet, in each 
direction, measured along the highway right of way line, from 
the center of the advenising display. For commercial, industrial, 
institutional and office facilities, the limits of selective clearing 
or thinning shall be restricted to the area of right of way 
immediately adjacent to frontage property of the facility, but not 
to exceed 1,000 linear feet. 

(d) Applications for permits for vegetation cutting to be 
performed on State Highway right of way must be accompanied 
by written authorization(s) by the underlying fee owned s) of all 
prt)perty upon which cutting is to take place, provided that 
where the right of way was secured in fee simple by the 
Department, such authorization wrtt shall not be required. The 
application must also be accompanied by written authorization 
of all owners of property abutting the area to be cut. 

(e) The selective vegetation control request wrtt shall be 
investigated on site by Maintenance and Roadside 
Environmental personnel and a representative of the applicant. 

(f) If the application for vegetation cutting is for a site located 
within the corporate limits of a City or Town, local officials wifl 
shall be given the opportunity to review the application if the 
City or-Town has prev iously advised the Division Engineer of 
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Histon- Note: Filed as a Temporan Rule Eff. April 13. 1982 

for a Period of 48 Days to Expire on June 1. 1982; 

AiitlioriryG.S. 136-1815): 136-18(7): 136-18(9): 

Eff. June 1. 1982: 

Amended Eff. November 16. 1991: December I. 1990: Aui;ust 

1. 1985: June 2. 1982: 

Temporan- Amendment Eff. November 16. 1999. 



TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING 
BOARDS 

CHAPTER 63 - SOCIAL WORK 
CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE BOARD 



Rule-making Agency: North Carolina 
Certification and Licensure Board 



Social Work 



Rule Citation: 21 NCAC 63 .0101 -.0105: .0201 -.0202. .0204 - 
.0213 ..0301 -.0306: .0401 - .0404: .0501. .0503: .0507 - .0509: 
.0601 - .0604. .0607. .0609. .0701 - .0704: .0801 - .0809. .0820 

Effective Date: October 1. 1999 

Findings Reviewed by Beecher R. Gray: Approved 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 1999-313: G.S. 90B 

Reason for Proposed Action: Legislation enacted b\ the 1999 
Session of the General Assembly amended all of the statutes 
governing the occupational licensing board that regulates social 
workers, which are found at Chapter 908 of the General 
Statutes. These comprehensive statutory changes necessitated 
the amendment or repeal, and in some instances the adoption, 
of all the current rules governing this Board, which are found at 
21 NCAC 63. 

Comment Procedures: If you wish to make comments please 
contact Grady L Balentine. Jr.. Asst. Attorney General. Health 
& Public Assistance Section. North Carolina Department of 
Justice. POBo.\629. Raleigh. NC 27602-0629: (919) 716-6840. 

SECTION .0100 - GENERAL 

.0101 PURPOSE 

It is the purpose of the Social Wori^er Certification and 
Licensure Act to protect the public by establishing minm i um 
minimal standards for qualification, training and experience for 
those who voluntarily seek to represent themsehes to the public 
as certified social workers, workers or licensed clinical social 
workers. This act shall protect the public and promote high 
standards in the practice of social work. 

Histoiy Note: Authoritx G.S. 90B-2: S.L 1999-3L^: 

Eff. August I. 1987: 

Temporan Amendment Eff. October L. 1999. 



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.0102 DEFINITIONS 

Whenever used in this Chapter, the definitions set forth in 
G.S. 9()B-3 are herein incorporated b\ reference. Thefollowinii 
definitions apply in this Chapter: 

( 1 ) NCSWCLB ; this dcsiiination represents the North 
Carolina Social W^^rk Certification and Licensure 
B(Mrd. 

CSW - this designation represents the certified social 
worker level c)f certificalum. 

CMSW ; this designation represents the certified 
master social worker le\el of certification. 
CSWM ; this designation represents the certified 
social work manager level of certification. 
LCSW ; this designation represents the licensed 
clinical social wurker lc\el of certification. 
P-LCSW 2 this designation represents the 
pro\isi(mallv licensed clinical social worker level of 
c ertification. 

Reprimand. Reprimand is a public rebuke and 
sanction b\ the Board lor practice inisconduct. A 
reprimand typically is given for less severe offenses 
and may require specific follow-up actions by the 
social worker. 

Censure. Censure is an act involving se\eie 
condemnation and a sanction by the Board for 
practice misconduct. Censuring is t\picall\ for severe 
offenses and may require specific follow-up actions 
bv the social worker. 

Probati(in. Probation is a stay of revocation or 
suspension allowing limited practice within 
preconditions established by the Board. Violations of 
these conditions can result in revocation. 
Suspension. Suspension is the withdrawal of 
privilege to practice for a specific period of time. 
Revocation. Revocation is the withdrawal of 
privilege to practice as a certilied or licensed social 
worker in the State of North Carolina. 

Histoiy Note: Authority G.S. 90B-3: S.L 1999-313: 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Temporan Amendment Eff. October L_ 1999. 

.0103 PROHIBITIONS 

Stat e p ublic age n cies i n clud in g thos e p r ivate ag e ncies or 
cor p orations — that — re ce i v e — state — fu n ds — shtrH — not — impos e 
cer t ifica ti on as a requirement for obtaining or continuing 
employment. 

Histon Note: Authorit^■ G.S. 908-4: S.L 1999-313: 

Eff. Augwst I. 1987: 

Temporan Repeal Eff. October L I '^99. 

.0104 ORGANIZATION OF THE BOARD 

The No r th Ca r olina Ce r tifica t io n Board for Social Wo r k i s 
composed by law of seven m e mbers appointed by t he governor 



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to staggered terms of th r ee yea r s. Tlie composition of the board 
shall in clude fou r c e rtif i ed soc i al wo i' i<ers (two certified social 



h e unde r publ i c or private auspic e s and provide 
psychoth er apeutic — or — social — i n t e rventio n — for 



-the 



wo r k er s a n d t wo certified clinical social workers). Among 
so c i a l w orke r s, one m e mber shall be employed i n the field of 



psychosocial — p r oblems — of — i ndividuals, — couples, 
families o r grou p s. 



so ci al wo r k e du c ation, o n e me m b er from the private secto r a n d 
o n e membe r from th e p u b lic secto r . — Th e thr ee re mai n i n g 



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members shall be fr om the ge ner al p ublic. T lie co m positio n 
the Board shal l be i n acco r da n c e with G.S. 90B-5. The North 
Carolina Social Work Certification and Licensure Board shall 
elect a chairperson, vice chairperson and secretary-treasurer 
from its membership to serve for a term of at least one year. The 
Boa r d s h all hold at least e ight meetings e ac h yea r and fou r 
membe r s shall at all t im es constitute a q u o r um. Me m bers o f the 
Boa r d are expected to atte n d all meetings. 

Histon- Note: Authority G.S. 9UB-5: S.L 1999-313; 

Ejf. August I, 1987: 

Temporan- Amendment Eff. October l^ 1999. 

.0105 MEETINGS 

The Board shall hold at least eight meetings each year and 
four members shall at all tunes constitute a quorum. Members 
of the Board are expected to attend all meetings. Meetings of 
the board Board , formal or infomial. shall be open to the public. 
Dates, times and places of meetings shall be furnished to anyone 
requesting the information and made available to the press. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 908-6: S.L. 1999-313: 

Ejf. August 1. 1987: 

Temporan- Amendment Eff. October [^ 1999. 

SECTION .0200 - CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE 



t5l Admin i st r at i ve s et t ing shal l mean any setting where 

th e delivery of soc ial work services are directed. 



supervised. — planned or coordinated. Activities 

i nclude, b ut are not necessa r i l y limited to. policy 
development — and — impleme n tat i on. — management, 
program evaluation, planni n g a n d s ta t f development. 

t6l Appropriate supe i' vision a n d training ( manage r ) shall 

me an c<iu r se wo r k o r workshops in orga n izational and 
c o m mun it y se r vic e s or two years (3,000 hours) of 
prtrid — employment — under — supervision — frr 
admmistra ti \ ' e sett i ng. 



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Histon- Note: Authority- G.S. 90B-3; 90B-5: 90B-6: SL 1999- 

313; 

Eff. Augu.st I. 1987: 

Amended Eff. September 1 . 1993: 

Temporan Repeal Eff. October l_^ 1999. 

.0202 APPLICATION PROCESS 

Applications, inquiries and forms are to be obtained from and 
returned to the Board. North Carol i na Certificat i on Board for 
Socia l Work . Applicants must submit only forms obtained 
directly from the boa r d Board office. 

Histoiy Note: Authority- G.S. 90B-7: S.L 1999-313; 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Temporan- Amendment Eff. October l_^ J 999. 



.0204 REFERENCES 

The applicant wrfl shall have a miniinum of three references. 
Current mem b ers of the board, relatives Relatives of applicants 
or subordinates of applicants may not submit references for 
applicants. A current Board member shall not submit a 
reference for an applicant unless he/she is the applicant's current 
criminal justic e , public p o l i cy, pu b l i c administra ti on. or only social work supervis(>r. In such a case the Board 



0201 DEFINITIONS 

The following definitions ap p ly t o th e l e v el s of c e rtifica t ion 
in this Section: 

(+) Rela te d — hnman — serv i ces — fields — shatt — in c lu d e 

psychology, sociology, cou nse ling, rehabilitation. 



an d huma n resou r ce s. 



member may submit a reference, but he/she shall excuse 



t2l Two y e a r s of experience shall mean 3,000 clock himself/herself from review ot' that particular applicant. 



Bi 



hou r s of work or employme n t fo r a fee o r s alary wh i l e 
engaged in the p r actic e of social wo r k functions. 
( 1 500 hours of wo r k for a fee or salary per 1 2 month 
period.) Practicum or internship expe ri enc e ta ke n as 
p a r t of an educational program are n ot i n c l uded. 
Approp r iate supe r vision (cli n ical) shall mean pos t - 
mas t er's — or — p ost-docto r a l — expe r ience — directly 
supervised by a c eilificd clinical social worker as 
d e fined in t hi s Ac t. — A minimum of 100 hours of 



e d. 75 of th e 



g r ou |' io i ind i vidua l supervision is requir 
100 hours m ust be i n dividual supe r visio n . 

(41 Clinical setting shall mean a n y school, h ospital, 

commu n ity — mental — he alth — c en te r , — u n ive r s i ty 



cou n se l ing cen t er, fam i ly o r soc i al s e rvices agency, or 
su per v i s e d independent p r ac t ice. Such s ett ings may 



( 1 ) Two of the references must come from individuals 
who have been closely associated with the applicant 
in the practice of social work. 

(2) One reference must be from one who has been or is 
currently a supervisor in a social work settings, tffa 
board m e mb e r is t he cu rr ent s u p e r v i sor or has b e en 
the only supervisor of an a p plica n t, h e / sh e should 
e xcuse himself/herself from review of that particulai - 
app lica n t.) 

Hisuin Note: Autlumty G.S. 90B-7: S.L 1999-313; 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Temporan- Amendment Eff. October L. 1 999. 

.0205 ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS 



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The academic qualif i ca t ions set forth i n G S. 9()D-7 for 
Cenil'ied Socia l Workers. Ce r tified Master Soc i a l Wo r k er s. 
Certif i ed Clin i cal Social Workers a n d C ert i fi ed Soc i al Wo r k 
Manag e rs are herein inco rp o r ated h y re fe re nce. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-7: S.L 1999-313: 

EJf. August 1. 1987: 

Temporary- Repeal Eft'. October L 1^'99. 



.0206 ACADEMIC EXEMPTIONS 

The — appl i cant — may — be — exemp t — from — the- 



acadcmic 

qualificat io ns r eq ui r ed under this Chapter if he/she was engaged 
i n the p r a ctice of social work before January I. 1984 in the areas 
cif certified social workers and certified social wi i rk managers. 
This exempt i on shall apply upon passing the board exam i nat i on 
a nd satisfying t he experience requirements for certification in 
the particular classification. 

Historx Note: Authority G.S. 90B-7: 90B-J0: S.L. 1999-3 J 3: 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Temporan- Repeal Eff. October L 1999. 

.0207 COMITY 

If a candidate is currently certif i ed, registered or lice n s e d as 
a social w o r k er b y a similar board in another slate, the North 
Car oli n a Boa r d may. at its d i scretion, wa i ^e the loiiiial 
e xami n a ti o n re q ui r ements of a cand i date, provided tha t the 
No r th Ca r olina Board accepts the standards and qualif i cations 
req ui re d fo r the p r actice of social work in the candidate's 
l i c en s e d o r ce r tifying state as substantially equival e nt to those 
re qu ire d hy the S t ate of North CaiTilina. 

History Note: Author^- G.S. 908-8: S.L. 1999-313: 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Temporan' Repeal Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 

.0208 APPLICATION FEE 

An initial application fee of frfty one hundred dollars ($50) 
($100.00 ) will be assessed for processing each application, ffan 
applicant s e eks c er tification for a second level, withi n a 12 
month p e riod o t his/lier initial application, h e / she s h all be 
assessed an additional fee of twenty-five dollars ($25). 

History Note: Anthorit}- G.S. 908-6.2: S.L. 1999-313; 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Teintwran Amendment Eft. October 1^ 1999. 

.0209 ELIGIBILITY 

The board Board shall review each application to determine 
an applicant's eligibility for a particular level of certification. 
An applicant will be notified in writing if he/she is ineligible for 
one the requested level of certification. He/she may then apply 
for another level of certification. If an applicant is found to be 
ineligible for any level of certification, he/she may not sit for the 
anv examination. 



History Note: Authority G.S. 908-6: S.L 1999-313; 

Eff. August 1. 1987; 

Temporan Amendment Eff. October l_^ 1999. 

.0210 PROVISIONAL LICENSES 

(a) The Board shall issue a provisional license ce r tificate 
p ursuant to an> person meeting the requirements in G.S. 90B- 
7(f). 

(bi Applications and forms are to be obtained from and 
returned to the North Carolina Board for Social Work. Office. 

(c) An application fee of fifty one hundred dollars ($50.00) 
($100.00) will be assessed for processing each application. 

(d) All provisional applicants for provisional licenses who 
have not met the requirements for of two years of supervised 
clinical social work experience shall receive on-going 
supervisio n appropriate supervision, as defined in Rule 
.0204(a)(2)of this Section, until this requirement is satisfied. 



(e) The provisional certif i cate li i 



t 'l s ion ai ce r ti ti cate license snail f ie r en e wed e ve r y 
six months by sub mi ssi on t o the Board of the a pp ro p riate ly 
comp l eted renewal and s up cr\isic)n form 30 days prio r t o the 
each renewal date. Prior to engaging in the practice of clinical 
social work, applicants must demonstrate m writini; to the 
satisfaction ol' the Board that thev have immediate access to a 
licensed mental health professional(s) who has (have) agreed to 
provide to them clinical consultation or supervision when such 
is needed to assure thai standards oi clinical social work practice 
are maintained. Pnnisionallv licensed clinical social workers 
shall immedialeh noiif\ the Board m writing of anv change in 
such access. 



(f) All provisional licensees shall submit reports ot' their 
clinical social wctrk experience and super\ision on the 
appnipriate Board fonn( s ) every six months for review and 
e\aluation bv the Board. 

tf )ig ) All provisional Provisional licensees certified applicants 
who desire to obtain become Ce r t i f i ed Licensed Clinical Social 
Worker Workers ce rti f icatio n shall complete the application 
process for the Licensed Ce r t i fi ed Clinical Social Worker 
classification and submit the application fee of fifty one hundred 
dollars ($50.00) ($100.00) thirtv davs prior to the expiration of 
the provisional license . 

History Note: Authority G.S. 908-6:908-7; S.L 1999-313: 

Eff. August 1. 1993: 

Temporan Amendment Eff. October [^ 1999. 

.0211 WORK EXPERIENCE 

(a) For the Licensed Clinical Social Worker credential: 
( 1 ) Two years of posl-MSW clinical social work 
experience shall mean .^.000 cUick hours ot work or 
employment for a fee or salary uhile engaged iji the 
practice oi clinical social uork. The .^.OOO hours shall 
be accumulated (uer a period ol' time not less than 
lw(i years nor more than six years, with no more than 
1 500 hours accumulated in any one Near. Practicum 
or internship experience gained as part of any 
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(2) Appropriate supervision shall mean supervision in 
person hy a licensed clinical social worker, as defined 
in G.S. 9()B-3. ot an applicant during: the applicant's 
two vears of posl-MSW clinical social work 
experience Appropriate supervision shall be that 
which IS provided on a regular hasis throutihout the 
applicant's two vears ot" experience with at least one 
hour of supervision durin;: everv 30 hours of 
experience. A minimum of 1 00 hours of individual or 
"roup super\ision is required, of which at least 75 of 
the 100 hours shall be indi\ idual super\ision. 
(b) For the Certified Social Work Manaticr credential: 

( 1 ) Two years of post social work deeree experience shall 
mean 3.000 clock hours of emploMnent for a salary 
while en^aeed jji administrative social work duties 
including;, but not limited to. pc^licy and budgetary 
development and implementation, supervision and 
management, program evaluati^)n. planning, and staff 
development. Such duties shall be carried out in an 
administralne setting where st)cial work and/or other 
mental health services are delivered. The 3.000 hours 
shall be accumulated over a period ol time not less 
than two years nor more than six years, with no more 
than 1 .500 hours accumulated in any one year. 
Practicum or internship experience gained as part of 
an\ educational program shall not be included. 

(2) Appropriate supervision shall mean supervision in 
person b\ a social work administrator certified by the 
Board on at least one level wht) has a minimum of 
five years of.' administrative experience in a social 
work or mental health setting. Appropriate 
supervision shall be thai which js provided on a 
regular basis throughout the applicant's two years of 
administrative social work experience. A minimum 
of 100 hours ol^^ individual or grc)up supervision is 
required, of which at least 50 of the 1 00 hours shall be 
individual supervision. 

Histoiy Note: Authorirx G.S. 90B-7: S.L 1999-313: 
Tt'iuporan Adoption Eft. October /j. 1999. 

.0212 DUPLICATE LICENSES OR 
CERTIFICATES 

A duplicate certificate or license shall be issued by the Board 
to a current certificate holder or licensee upon receipt of a 
written request and payment of a twentv-fiv e dol lar ( S25.()0 ) fee. 

Histoi-\- Note: Aiithoiitx G.S. 90B-6.2: S.L. 1999-313; 
Temponu-\ Adoption Eff. October [^ 1999. 

.0213 TEMPORARY LICENSES 

The Board may issue a teinporar\ license pursuant to G.S. 
90B-8(b). that is valid lor no more than 30 days, upcin receipt of 
a twenty five dollar ($25.00) fee. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6.2; 90B-8: S.L. 1999-313: 
Temporan- Adoption Eft. October [^ 1999. 



SECTION .0300 - EXAMINATIONS 

.0301 QUALIFYING EXAMINATIONS 

The board shall admin i s t e r to all approved applicants foi 
certification, a w r i t ten exam i natio n at least once a year. — The 
e xa m shall be given in a reasonable, geographic ar e a wi t hin th e 
state. A Any national examination selected by the b oa rd Board. 
or any examination developed by the Board, shall serve to 
evaluate the qualifications of each applicants applicant for 
certification, certification or licensure . Anv such examination 
shall be administered at least once a year in a reasonable 
geographic area w ithin the State. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: 90B-7: 90B-8: S.L. 1999- 

313: 

Eff. August 1 . 1987: 

Amended Ejf. August 1. 1990: 

Temporan Amendment Eff. October [^ 1999. 

.0302 REPORTING OF SCORES 

Each applicant for certification or licensure shall be informed 
in writing whether he/she has passed the examination. If an 
applicant fails the examination, he/she shall receive his/her 
numerical score. If his/her failing score is within three points 
below the cat passing score he/she may have his/her test hand- 
scored within a ninety-day period, p e riod by compl e ting a form 
on the back of the handbook. 

Histon Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: 90B-8: S.E 1999-313: 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. October [^ 1999. 

.0303 RETAKING OF EXAMINATION 

An applicant who has not passed an examination shall be 
allowed to retake such examination upon paying the required 
examination fre: fee of the cost of the examination plus forty 
dollars ($40.00). 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: S.L. 1999-313: 

Eff. August I, 1987: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. October [^ 1999. 

.0304 CANCELLATION 

An applicant who provides written cancellation that is 
received by the Board at least 30 davs before the date of 
examination will receive a refund of ttie examination fee. An 
applicant whose who cancels in writing written cancellatio n is 
received by the Board less than 30 days before the date of 
examination shall not receive a refund of the examination fee. 
However, he/she may apply and to sit for another examination 
within 12 months of the missed examination without incurring 
any additional examination fee. 

A n ap p l i cant who fails to cancel in wr i ting less than 30 days 
before t he examination or who fails to appear for an examination 
may apply and sit for another examination within 12 months of 
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e xaminat i o n fee. Such f ee shall be paid not later than 6 days 
before the schedul e d exami n ation. An applicant whose written 
cancellation is received by the Board on or after the date of the 
exammation. or an applicant who fails to appear lor an 
exammation. shall be required to reapply and pay another 
examination fee. 

Histoiy Note: Authorin' G.S. 90B-6: S.L 1999-313: 

Eff. August I. 1987: 

Temporan Amendment Eff. October l_^ 1999. 

.0305 REVIEW OF EXAMINATIONS BY 
UNSUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS 

(a) An applicant who has not successfully passed the 
certification or licensure exam may review his/her test booklet 
together with the appropriate answer sheet. In order to do so, 
the candidate applicant must: 

( 1 ) Make make a written request for review of his/her 
examination directly to the board. Board; 

(2) The candidate may review the exam in the Office of 
the Board and in the presence of a board member. 
member; 

( 3 ) The ca n didate may not take notes: or photocopy or 
ask — questions — r egarding — the any examination 
ma t e r ials materials; 

(4) Th e applicant must sign a statement of confidentiality 
regarding the contents of the exam, i n order to review 
the examination booklet. 

(-fr) A candidate's sco r es will n ot b e chang e d. — Arty 
qu e stions — wifl — be — transmitted — tn — the — national 
examination se rv i ce fo r r eview T l ie No i lh Carol i na 
B o a r d has the res p ons ib il i ty of obta in i n g a copy of the 
exa mi nation together with the ca n didate's answer 
she e t a n d the sco r ing k e y. Tl i e board shall maintain 
s tr ict security. 

(b) The Board has the responsibility of obtaining a copy of 
the examination together with the applicant's answer sheet and 
the scoring key. The Board shall maintain strict security of all 
testing materials. 

[cj An applicant's score will not be changed by the Board. 
and any questions about the score will be transmitted to the 
national examination service for review . 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: S.L 1999-313: 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 

.0306 EXAMINATION FEES 

(a) An examination fee of fifteen dollars ($15.00) forty 
dollars ($40.00) plus the cost of the examination to the Board 
shall be assessed for administration and processing of any 
written examination. 

(b) An applicant who fails to appea r fo r a n exam i nat i o n shall 
be assessed a fe e of fi f t een dollars ($15.00) plus t h e cost of t h e 
examina tion to the Board in order to take the exa mi nation at a 
later date. 



Hiswrx Note: Authortix G.S. 90B-6.2: S.L. 1999-313: 

Eff. August /, 1987: 

Amended Eff. September 1. 1993: 

Temporary- Amendnwnt Eff. Jcinuary 1. 1996: 

Amended Eff. April I. 1997: 

Temponiry Amendment Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 

SECTION .0400 - RENEWAL AND 

REINSTATEMENT OF CERTIFICATION 

OR LICENSURE 

.0401 CONTINUING EDUCATION 
REQUIREMENTS 

(a) Continuing education for certification or licensure renewal 
is required to maintain professional knowledge and technical 
competency. Cert ification shall be afforded o n a two year basis. 



the second June 30 after 



Howeve r , certitlcal i o n shall expire on tne sect 
ce r tification has b een issued. Renewal of ce rtif icatio n sha l l he 
based on 40 hours of r enewal credits w i thi n the two year cycle. 
Renewal of certification or licensure requires 40 hciurs of 
continuing education credits appro\ ed by the Board w ithin each 
two year renewal cycle. However, if a certification or licensure 
is for less than a full two year two-year period, then renewal 
shall b e accorded b as e d on 30 hours of renewal credits. 
continuing educaticm credits are required . One unit of credit is 
equal to one contact hour. One academic course semester hour 
semester-hour of credit sh all b e equivalent [s equal to 15 clock 
hours. Credit for auditing an academic course shall be for actual 
clock hours attended during which instruction was given and 
shall not exceed the academic credit allowed. Continuing 
education activities may include: 

( 1 ) academic social work courses taken for credit or 
audit; 

(2) formal agency-based staff development, seminars, 
institutes, workshops, mini courses or conferences 
oriented to social work practice, values, skills and 
knowledge; 

(3) cross-disciplinary offerings from medicine, law and 
the behavioral/social sciences or other disciplines, if 
such offerings are clearly related to social work 
practice, values, skills and knowledge; 

(4) self-directed learning projects w ith prior approval by 
the Board. The maximum maximal continuing 
education credit granted n u m b er for such projects is 
20 clock hours 2£I renewal period . A lenewal unit 
Credit shall not be granted for for. 

(.A) identical programs completed within the same 
ce r tificatio n renewal period, period; 

(B) job o r i en tation orientation; or 

(C) on the job training; a n d. training. 

(b) t5l during During each renewal period all certified and 
licensed social workers shall engage in a minimum of two-hours 
\\Ko hours of continuing education focused on ethics. 

History Note: Autlwrm- G.S. 9()B-6: 9()B-9: S.L 1999-313: 



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dits and bie n nial r e ne wal shall be completed nn the apply for and receive reinstatement vi their certificate or license 



Ejf. August I. 1987: 

Amended Eff'. September I. 1993: 

Temporan Amendment Eft. October [^ 1999. 

.0402 FORMS 

ts) Documentation — t o r t he completion — of continuing 

educat i o n c r edits and bienn i al rene wal shall be completed on the 
Noilh Carol i na Certifica t ion — fo r Soc ial — Workers biennial 
re newa l and continuing education re pot t ing f oi ii i. — The form 
must be th e o ri ginal and must be completed and s i g n ed. 

( b ) Each re newal applicant is responsi b le fo r com p let in g the 
lequiied foi i n. — I f a n o r ga n izatio n maintains such reco r ds t he 
applica n t must assure the fo rm i s comp l e t e d and complies with 
all ap p l i cable r ules and r egulatio n s. Th e form must be submitted 
at the time the a p plicant files for renewal of cert i f i ca t ion. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: 90B-9: S.L. 1999-313: 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Temporan- Repeal Eff. October /, 1999. 

.0403 RENEWAL FEES 

(a) A biennial renewal fee of fifty dolla r s ($50.00) shall be 
ass e ssed Fees for renewal of certificates or licenses which are 
due for renewal on or before June 30. 2000 shall be as follows: 



.0404 REINSTATEMENT 

(a) Persons whose certificate or license i^ suspended for 
failure to renew, pursuant to G.S. 90B-9(c>. are prohibited from 



eneaiiinti in the practice of clinical social work and from holding 



themselves out as certified or li.cnsed by the Board until they 



ill 



For Certified S(Kial Workers (CSWs) the renewal 
fee shall be fifty-five dollars ($53.00). 
For Certified Master Social Workers (CMSWs) the 
renewal fee shall he sixty-five dollars ($65.00). 
For Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs) the 
renewal fee shall be one hundred dollars ($100. 00). 
For Certified Social Work Managers (CSWM's) the 
renewal lee shall he one hundred dollars ($100.00). 
(b) Fees for renewal of certificates or licenses which arc due 
for renewal after June 30. 2000 shall be as follows: 

( 1 ) For Certified Social Workers (CSW's) the renewal 
fee shall be sixty dollars ($60.00). 
For Certified Master Social Workers (CMSWs) the 
renewal fee shall be seventy-five dollars ($75.00). 
For Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW's) the 
renewal fee shall be one hundred twenty-five dollars 
($125.00). 

For Certified Social Work Managers (CSWM's) the 

renewal lee shall be one hundred twenty-fi\'e dollars 

($125.00). 

ttr) [c) Persons who fa i l to apply fo r re newal prior to the 

expiration dat e shall be ass e ssed a minimum la te re ne wal fee of 

fi fte en dolla r s ($15.00) whose applications for renewal are 

received by the Board after the renewal date of their certificate 

or license, but no later than 60 davs after the renewal date, shall 

be assessed a late renewal fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) [n 

addition to any other applicable fees. 

History- Note: Aiithoritx G.S. 90B-6.2: 90B-9(b): S.L. 1999- 

313: 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Amended Eff. August 1. 1990: 

Temporan .Amendment Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 



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by the Board. 

(h) Persons who apply for reinstatement after temporary 
retirement from the practice of social work, pursuant to G.S. 
90B-9(d). or after their certificate or license was suspended for 



failure to renew, shall be assessed a reinstatement fee of one 
hundred dollars ($100.00) in addition to any other applicable 
fees. 



History- Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6.2: 90B-9: S.L. 1999-313 
Temporary AdoiJtion Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 

SECTION .0500 - ETHICAL GUIDELINES 

.0501 PURPOSE AND SCOPE 

(a) Ethical principles affecting the practice of social work are 
rooted in the basic values of society and the social work 
profession. The principal objecti\e of the profession of social 
work is to enhance the dignity and well-being of each individual 
who seeks its services. It does so through the use of social work 
theory and intervention methods including psychotherapy. 

(h) The primary goal of this code is to set forth principles to 
guide social workers" conduct in their profession. Violation of 
these standards may be considered gross unprofessional conduct 
and may constitute dishonest practice or incompetence in the 
practice of social work. Such violations may result in 
disciplinary action by the Board. 

(c) The following ethical principles serve as a standard for 
social workers in their various professional roles, relationships 
and responsibilities. Social workers shall consider all the 
principles in the code that bear upon any situation on which 
ethical Judgment is to be exercised, and to select a course of 
action consistent with the spirit as well as the letter of this code. 

(d) Upon approval of certification, certification or licensure , 
each applicant shall review the these Ethical Guidelines Code of 
Ethic s and return a signed statement to the Board agreeing to 
abide by these standards. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: 90B-11: S.L. 1999-3 J 3: 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Amended Eff. March 1. 1994: 

Tempoian- Amendment Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 

.0503 GENERAL PROFESSIONAL 
RESPONSIBILITIES 

(a) Social workers shall practice only within their sphere of 
competence. They shall accurately represent their abilities, 
education, training, credentials, and experience. They shall 
engage in continuing protessional education to maintain and 
enhance their competence. 

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are responsible for remaining alert to and attempting to moderate 
institutional pressures or policies that conflict with the standards 
of their profession. If such conflict arises, social workers" 
responsibility shall be to uphold the ethical standards of their 
profession. 

(c) Social workers shall not. in any of their capacities, 
practice, condone, facilitate or collaborate with any form of 
discrimination on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, age. 
religion, socioeconomic status, or national origin. 

(d) Social workers shall practice their profession in 
compliance with legal standards. 

(e) Social workers shall not engage in settlement agreements 
that preclude reporting of ethical misconduct to the Board. 

Histon- Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: 90B-IJ: S.L 1999-3 J 3: 

Eft: March I. 1994: 

Teinporarx Amendment Eff. October _/^ 1999. 

.0507 CONFIDENTIALITY AND RECORD KEEPING 

Social workers shall have a primary obligation to protect the 
client's right to confidentiality as established by law and 
professional standards of practice. 

(1) Social workers reveal confidential information to 
others only with the informed consent of the client, 
except in those circumstances in which not to do so 
would violate other laws or would result in clear and 
imminent danger to the client or others. Unless 
specifically contraindicated by such situations, clients 
shall be informed and written consent shall be 
obtained from the client client, or their leeally 
authorized representative, before confidential 
information is revealed. 

(2) When confidential information is used for the purpose 
of professional education, research, consultation, etc.. 
the identity of the client shall be concealed. 
Presentations shall be limited to material necessary 
for the professional purpose. 

(3) Social workers shall maintain records adequate to 
provide proper diagnosis and treatment and to fulfill 
other professional responsibilities. 

HistoiyNote: Authorm G.S. 90B-6: 90B-11: S.L. 1999-313: 

Eff. March 1. 1994: 

Temporan Amendment Eff. October L 1999. 

.0508 PURSUIT OF RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY 
ACTIVITIES 

In planning, conducting and reporting a study, the investigator 
has the responsibility to make a careful evaluation of its ethical 
acceptability, taking into account the following additional 
principles for research with human subjects. To the extent that 
this appraisal, weighing scientific and humane \ alues. suggests 
a compromise of ethical principles, the investigator shall seek 
advice to protect the right of the research participants. 

( 1 ) Social workers shall obtain appropriate authority H) 

carry out the research and proper credit shall be given 

for the research conducted. 



(2) An agreement shall be established between the 
investigator and the research participant clarifving 
their roles and responsibilities. 

( .^ ) The rights of an individual to decline to participate in 
or withdraw from the research shall be respected and 
the participant shall not be penalized tor such action. 

(4) The investigator shall inform the participant of all the 
features of the research that would affect his/her 
participation in the study. 

(5 ) Information obtained about the participant during the 
course of the study shall be confidential unless 
informed consent for release of information is 
obtained in advance. 

(6) Research findings shall be presented accurately. 
Social workers shall not distort or misrepresent 
research. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: 9UB-II: S.L. 1999-313: 

Eff. March 1. 1994: 

Temporan- Amendment Eff October L 1999. 

.0509 PUBLIC STATEMENTS 

Public statements, announcements of services and 
promotional activities of social workers serve the purpose of 
providing sufficient information to aid consumers in making 
informed judgments and choices. Social workers shall state 
accurately, objectively and without misrepresentation their 
professional qualifications, aftlliations and functions as well as 
those of the institutions or organizations with which they or their 
statement may be associated. They shall correct 
misrepresentations of by others with respect to these matters. 

( 1 ) In announcing availability for professional services, 
a social worker shall use his or her name, type and 
level of certification and licensure: and may use 
highest relevant academic degree from an accredited 
institution; specialized post-graduate training; address 
and telephone number; office hours; type of services 
provided; appropriate fee information; foreign 
languages spoken; and policy with regard to third- 
party payments. 

(2 ) Social workers shall not offer to perform any services 
beyond the scope permitted by law or beyond the 
scope of their competence. They shall not engage in 
any form of advertising which is false, fraudulent, 
deceptive, or misleading. They shall neither solicit 
nor use recommendations or testimonials from clients. 

(3) Social workers shall respect the rights and reputations 
of professional organizations with which they are 
affiliated. They shall not falsely imply sponsorship or 
certification by such an organization. When making 
public statements, the social worker shall make clear 
which are personal opinions and which are authorized 
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HistoiyNote: Authority G.S. 90B-6: 90B-II: S.L. 1999-313: 

Eff. March I. 1994: 

Teinporan Anwndment Eff. October l^ 1999. 

SECTION .0600 - DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES 

.0601 GROUNDS FOR DISCIPLINARY 
PROCEDURES 

In addition to the conduct set forth in G.S. 90B- 1 1 . the hoard 
may deny, .susp en d o r r evoke a ceilification take disciplinary 
action upon the following grounds: 

( 1 ) offering a check to the board in payment of required 
fees which is returned unpaid; 

(2) obtaining or attempting to obtain compensation by 
fraud or deceit; 

(3) violation of any order of the North Carolina Social 
Work Certification Board; 

(4) failure to possess exhibit truth, honesty and integrity 
sufficient to be entitled to the high regard and 
confidence of the public. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-2: 908-11: S.L 1999-313: 

Eff. August 1. 1987: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. October £^ 1999. 

.0602 INVESTIGATION 

(a) The contents and manner of service of notic e of hea r ing 
in a contes t ed case shall be as prescrib e d in G.S. 150D-38 ih) 
and (c). 

(a) Upon receipt of a complaint, the Board shall notifv the 
social worker against whom the complaint uas filed, ncHin^ the 
report of a violation and the specific ethical standard brought 
into question. 

(b) Any party who has b e en s e rved wi t h notice of hearing 
m ay file a w r itte n re spo n s e as pr e sc r ib e d i n G.S. 150D-38(d). 

(b) Upon receipt of a complaint, or upon Us own motion, the 
Board, its staff or designee(s) may investigate whether a person 
certified or licensed by the Board has violated any provision of 
G.S. 90B or these Rules. 



(c) The complainant and social worker against whom a 
complaint was filed shall be notified in writing of the Board's 
decision as to whether an in\'estigation is warranted. 

(d) Any Board member who conducts the investigation of a 
specific case shall not participate in the Board's adjudication of 
that case. 

History- Note: Authorit}- G.S. 90B-6: 90B-11: S.L. 1999-3 13: 

Eff. September 1. 1989: 

Temporan Amendment Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 

.0603 NOTICE OF CHARGES AND 
HEARING 

(a) Contested Cases. Disc i pli n ary p r oc ee di n gs to enforce the 
p r ovisions of G.S. 90B- I 1 and Rule 21 NCAC 63 .0 6 01 are 
d e emed to be "conte ste d cas e s" u ' ithin t he m eani n g o f G.S. 
150B-2, and any per so n sub j ected t o such proceedings shall b e 
given notic e and th e op p ortu n ity t o be heard. 



rtr) — Emergency Cer t ificate Suspension. — Nothing within 
Paragraph ta) of t his Rule shall abridge the right of t he Boa r d to 



t^ 



spend 



a cerlil i cate p r io r 



e emergency action to summari l y sus 
to hearing pursuant to G.S. 150B-3(c>. 

If an investigation pr(^duces any credible evidence indicating 



a \1olation of G.S. 90B or these Rules the Board may initiate 



disciplinary proceedings. Disciplinary proceedings conducted 



by the Board are governed by G.S. 150B Prior to any Board 



action, written notice outlining the particular statutes and rules 



involved, the alleged facts, and the date, location and nature of 



an\ hearing shall be sent to the scK'ial worker involved and the 
complainant. 

History- Note: Authority G.S. 9()B-6: 908-11: 150B-38: S.L 

1999-313: 

Eff. September 1, 1989; 

Temporan .Amendment Eff. October T 1999. 

.0604 LOCATION OF HEARING 

The locat i on of the hearing in a cont e sted case shall be as 
p resc r ibed in G.S. 150B-38le). 

History- Note: Authority- G.S. 90B-6(h): 150B-9: S.L 1999- 

313: 

Eff. September I. 1989: 

Temporan- Repeal Eff. October [^ 1999. 

.0607 CONDUCT OF HEARING 

(a) General H Disciplinary hearings in contes t ed cases shall 
be conducted by a majority of the Board. The Chairperson shall 
serve as presiding officer unless he or she is absent or 
disqualified, in which case the Vice-chairperson shall preside. 
Hearings shall be conducted as prescribed by G.S. 150B-40. 

(b) Disqualification. An affidavit seeking disqualification of 
any Board member, if filed in good faith and in a timely manner, 
will be ruled on by the remaining members of the Board. An 
affidavit is considered timely if it is filed: 

( 1 ) Prior to the hearing; or 

(2) As soon after the commencement of the hearing as the 
affiant becomes aware of the facts which give rise to 
his belief that a Board member should be disqualified. 

(c) Evidence. The admission of evidence in a hearing on a 
contested case shall be as prescribed in G.S. 150B-41. 

History- Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6(h): 150B-40; S.L 1999- 

313: 

Eff. September 1. 1989: 

Temporary .Amendment Eft. October L 1999. 

.0609 REPORTING OF DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS 

The Board shall report al] disciplinary actions specified in 
G.S. 90B- 1 1 through the Disciplinary .Action Reporting System 
(PARS), the Federal Data Bank, and may report them to any 
requesting public or pri\ ate entit\ . Disciplinan actions do not 
include ct)inplaints. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6(h>: 90B-JJ: S.L 1999- 



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313: 

Temporan- Adoption Eff. October i^ 1999. 

SECTION .0700 - ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES 

.0701 PETITIONS FOR ADOPTION OF 
RULES 

(a) The procedure for petitioning the Board to adopt, amend, 
or repeal a rule is governed by G.S. I50D-1 6 G.S. l?()B-20 . 

(b) Submission. Rule-making petitions shall be sent to the 
secretary of the Board. No special fonn is required, but the 
petitioner shall state his or her name and address. Beyond the 
requirement that the petitioner submit the proposed text (if any 
requested rule chanL'e and a statement of the c fleet oi the 
requested change. The r e there are no minimum mandatory 
contents of a petition, but petition. Howexer, the Board 
considers the following information to he pertinent: 

til a draft of the proposed rule; 

(2) LU the reason for its proposal; 

01 t he e ffect of t he p r opos e d rul e on exis t ing rules oi 

dec i sions; 
i-4) (2} data supporting the proposed rule; 
(fr) (3) practices likely to be affected by the proposed rule; 
tfr) [4] persons likely to be affected by the proposed rule. 

(c) Disposition. The secretary shall review the petition and 
develop a recommendation as to whether the petitioner's 
proposed rule should be rejected or implemented. The secretary 
shall present the petition and his or her recommendation to the 
Board at its next regular meeting following receipt of the 
petition, and the Board shall render its decision to either deny 
the petition or initiate rule-making. The Board shall notify the 
petitionerof its decision in writing within the 1 20-day period set 
by G.S. l50B-l6 G.S.I50B-2(). 

Histoty Note: Aiitlwritx G.S. 90B-6(h}: 150B-20: S.L. 1999- 

313: 

Ejf. September I. 1989: 

Temponin Amendment Eff. October /^ 1999. 

.0702 PROCEDURE FOR ADOPTION OF RULES 

(a) General. The procedure tor the adoption, amendment or 
repeal of rules is governed by G.S. I50B-I2 Part 2^ Article 2A 
of Chapter I50B ot the North Carolina General Statutes . 

(b) Notice of Rule-Making. In addition to the mandatory 
publication of notice in the North Carolina Register, the Board, 
in its discretion, may also publish notice through its newsletter 
to certified and licensed persons or by separate mailing. Any 
person who wishes to receive individual notice shall file a 
written request with the secretary and shall be responsible for the 
cost of mailing said notice. 

(c) Public Hearing. Any public rule-making hearing required 
by G.S. 150B-12 G.S.I50B-2I.2 shall be conducted by the 
chairperson of the Board or by any person he the chair may 
delegate. The presiding officer shall have complete control of 
the hearing and shall conduct the hearing so as to provide a 
reasonable opportunity for any interested person to present 
views, data and comments: 



( 1 ) Oral presentations shall not exceed 15 minutes unless 
the presiding officer, in his or her discretion, 
prescribes a greater time limit. 

(2) Written presentations shall be acknowledged by the 
presiding officer and shall be given the saine 
consideration as oral presentations. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6(li): 1 508-21 .2: S.L. 

1999-313: 

Eff. September 1. 19H9: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 

.0703 TEMPORARY RULES 

The power of the Board to adopt temporary rules and the 
procedure by which such rules are put into effect are governed 
by G.S. 150B-13 G.S. I50B-2I.1. 

History Note: Ai<tliorit}G.S. 90B-6(h>: 150B-2J.1: S.L. 1999- 

313: 

Eff. September 1 . 19H9: 

Teniporan Amendment Eff. October [^ 1999. 

.0704 DECLARATORY RULINGS 

(a) General. The issuance of declaratory rulings by the Board 
is governed by G .S. I5QB-17 G.S. I5QB-4. 

(b) Request for Declaratory Ruling; Ct)nlents. A request for 
a declaratory ruling shall be in writing and addressed to the 
secretary, secretary of the Board . The request shall contain the 
following information: 

( I ) The name and address of the person making the 
request; 

The statute or rule to which the request relates; 
A concise statement of the manner in which the 
person has been aggrieved by the statute or rule. 
A statement as to whether a hearing is desired, and if 
desired, the reason therefore. 

(c) Refusal to Issue Ruling. The Board shall ordinarily refuse 
to issue a declaratory ruling under the following circumstances: 

(1) When the Board has already made a controlling 
decision on substantially similar facts in a contested 
case; 

(2) When the facts underlying the request for a ruling 
were specifically considered at the time of the 
adoption of the rule in question; 

(3) When the subject matter of the request is involved in 
pending litigation in North Carolina. 

HistonNote: Authority G.S. 9()B-6(h): 150B-4: S.L. 1999- 

313: 

Eff. September 1. 1989: 

Temponin Amendment Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 

SECTION .0800 - DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES 

.0801 REPORTING COMPLAINTS 

(a i .Ml co m p l aina n ts shall be se n t ( il n ame a n d add re ss a re 
av ai la b l e ) a copy of the state's code of et hics and disc i p l inary 



(2) 
(3) 

(4) 



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procedu i es. ir it c i i iiiin g t he m of their options lor repo rt i n g an 
ethical violation. 

(b) There sha l l li e two p r ocedures for report in g violatio n s : 

Hi Inloin i al Re p ort i ng Procedure : 

tk) A n yo n e — rrray — anonymously — or — otherwise 

c o mm u n icate a suspected violation on an 
r ntoi n ul " r epo r t o n ly" basis. This report shall 
be suhmitt e d in w r i t i n g. 

tfi^ After rece i ving a n informal written complaint. 

the Board shall co n tact the soc i al wo r k er 
involved, note the reporting of a viola t io n and 
outline the specific ethical standard brought to 
question. 

fd Record of the co mp lai n t a n d all s ubsequent 

actions — shall — he — r etained — in — a — se p a ra t e 
administrative file and shall not be conside re d 
discipli n a r y actio n s, and shall not be a part of 
a l icen see's f i l e . 

(©1 Depending on the n umbe r of p r io r compla in ts 

within a three-year period, spec i fic follow-up 
in te r ventions shall be initiated. Comp l aints do 
not have to inv oh 'c the sa m e ethical standa r d. 

tn F i rst Complaint. — The social wo r ke r 

sh all b e d ire ctly contacted by phone by 
a me m b er of the Boa r d, with a follow- 
up l etter. The specif i c eth i cal violations 
r aised by complainant shall be detailed. 
Th e soc ial wo rker shall b e encouraged 
t o explore issues that may have l e d t o 
the complaint, professional practices, 
and social wo rk e thi cal s t a n d ar ds, a n d to 
initiate corrective action if necessary. 

fftl Second Complaint. — Tlie procedure in 

Subpart (b)(lHD)(I) of thi s R ul e s hal l 
be followed, and the soc i al wo r ke r shall 
be encouraged to voluntarily develop an 
"i n te r ve nti o n team" of two certified 
social work colleagues. Tl i is t eam s hall 
work — with — the — social — worker — to 
informally — address — c o m plaint 
implications. — p o te n t ial — pr ofessio n al 
liabilities, client impact, a n d possible 
correctiv e actions. A plan of action and 
f ollow-u p rep orts s hall be submitted to 
the Boa r d. 
(rrf) — Third Complaint. — Tlie procedu re s i n 
Subparts (b)(l)(D)(I) and (ii) of this 
Rule are followed, and the social worker 
will receive strong r e commendation to 
es tab l is h — sup er v i s i o n — or — the r apeu t ic 
i nt er vention — or — both — for — p ossi b le 
impairment. 
iW) — Fourth Complaint. The Board shall call 
for whatever investigation is necessary 
and may call for either an iufoimal 
conference or hearing. 
t^^ Formal Reporting Procedure: 



tTV) Tlie co mp lainant shal l submit a formal written 



-the 



compla in t on tne uoara s tor m outiiniii ! 
specific violation and identifying the social 
wo r ke r i nvol v ed. 



ffil The Board shall acknowledge re c e i pt of the 

complaint and init i ate an investigation. 



t€l The Board shall contact the social worker 



involved, note the reporting of a v i o l ation and 



outline t he specific eth i cal standa r d brought to 
qu e st i on. 



rt>1 Based o n the i n vestigation, if there is credible 



ev ide nc e suppo r ting the charges, a hearing 



shall be scheduled. If evidence is not c r edibl e 
the Board may at its discret i on pursue informal 
procedures. 



tt) The disc i pli n a r y ac ti on hea ri ng will follow the 

a d ministr ativ e p r o ce dures in R u le .0602 of this 
Chapter and G.S. I .SOB. 



(Fi The complainant and 



ne comp l ainant and social worker shall b e 
in t ormed of the Boa r d's f in al fil in g on th e 
compl a in t a n d su b seque n t d i sciplinary actions. 

Histoiy Note: Autlumtx G.S. 90B-6: 908-11: S.L 1999-3 J 3; 

Eff. March 1. 1994: 

Temporan Repeal Eff. October 7^ 1999. 

.0802 CONFIDENTIALITY 

Every communication, oral or wr i tte n , made by o r o n b e half 
of any p er son o r e ntity to the North Carolina Certification Board 
for Social Work o r to any p er son desig n ated by the Board to 
inves t igat e matters relating to disciplinary issues, whet her by 
way of r e p o r t, co mp la i nt, or statement, shall be treated in a 
confidential man n er, within the p r ovision of the Public Records 
Act G.S. 132. 

History- Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: 90B-1J: S.L. 1999-313; 

Eff. March 1. 1994: 

Temporan' Repeal Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 

.0803 INVESTIGATION 

(a) Upo n receipt of a formal co m plaint, or upon the Board's 
ow n i n i tiative, the Ncirth Carolina Certification Board for Social 
Wo r k, i t s staff, or designee(s) may investigate whether a 
certified — social — wo r ke r — hrt^ — violated — the — Social — Work 
Certification Act or the Administrative Code of the Board. 

t+Tl — Any board membe r e n gaged i n the i nvestigation of a 
s pe cific case shall not participate in the Board's adjudication of 
tha t case. 

Histon Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: 90B-11: S.L 1999-313: 

Eff: March 1. J 994: 

Temporan' Repeal Eff. October [^ 1999. 

.0804 NOTICE OF HEARING AND CHARGES 

If an investigation produces any credible evidence to support 
the charg e , a not i ce outlin i ng the cha r ges, date of I ' i r oposed 
hearing, location of hearing, and othei iiifoiination (per G.S. 



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If i OD-IH) shall he s e nt to t he social worker. The social worker 
s hall have the r ig h t to file a written response (p cr G.S. 1 50B-38). 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90B-6: 90B-II: St. 1999-^3: 

EJf. March I. 1994; 

Teiiiporarx Repeal Eff. October ]_^ 1999. 

.0805 INFORMAL CONFERENCE 

The Board m ay meet i n in l or m al clos e d sess i on with a soc i al 
worker who seeks o r ag iee s t o such a conf e rence in ti cu o f a 
formal d i sc i pli n a r y h e aring. D i scip l inary action taken aga i nst a 



'^rtd 



lic e ns e e as a res u lt ot an inlormal closed session conterence ; 
agi e ed to by th e Board and the social worker shall be binding 
and a ma tt er of publ i c record. 



History Note: Authority G.S. 908-6: 90B-II: S.L. 1999-313: 

Eff. March 1. 1994: 

Teniporan- Repeal Eff. October [^ 1999. 

.0809 THE PUBLIC RECORD 

The Board shall report all discipl i na r y ac t ions through the 
D i sc ipli na i- y A ct ion Reporting System (BARS), the Federal 
Data Bank, a n d m ay report them to any requ e st in g public or 
private en t ity. D i sciplinary actions do not include complaints. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 908-6; 908-11; S.L. 1999-313; 

Eff. March 1, 1994: 

Teniporan- Repeal Eff. October L. 1999. 



Histoiy Note: Authority G.S. 908-6: 908-11; S.L 1999-313: 

EJf. March I. 1994; 

Teniporan- Repeal Eff. October L l^'^^^ 

.0806 HEARINGS 

Gene r al hearings shall be c on d u cted by a majority of th e 
& oard. Tlie Chai r p er son s h all se r ve as p r esid i ng office r unless 
he/she is a bs ent o r d isqual i fi e d, i n which case the Vice- 
Chairp ers o n , or d e sig nee , s h all presid e . 

Histon Note: Authority- G.S. 90B-6: 908-11: S.L 1999-313: 

Eff. March 1. 1994; 

Temporary Repeal Eff. October L. 1999. 

.0807 DECISION OF THE BOARD 

Th e Boa r d shall no t ify all parti e s of its final decision in the 
ma nn e r prescrib e d by G.S. 150B-42. 

Histoty Note: Authorit}- G.S. 908-6; 908- 11; S.L 1 999-313: 

Eff. March 1. 1994; 

Teniporan Repeal Eff. October i^ 1999. 

.0808 SUMMARY SUSPENSION 

Regardless of the status of the complaint, th e Boa r d m ay 
summarily su sp end a social worker's certification acc or d i ng to 
t he provis i o n s of G.S. 15()B-3. — If the Boa r d C h a irp e r son 
be lieves su c h p rompt ac t ion is required, the B o a r d m ay 
summarily suspend a licens e by means of a vote co n duc te d by 



rfor 



t e lephone, formal mee ti ng, or corres p ondence. P r oc ee d in gs 1 
a formal hearing shall be instituted s i mul t a n e ou s l y w i th 
summary suspension, with a h e aring date not to exceed 3 d a ys 
f r om the date of suspension. 



.0820 DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS 

Board d i sciplina r y act i o n s may i n clude the following : 

t+1 Letters of Conc e rn. T h e Boa r d may issue a letter of 

concern to a cer ti fied s oc i al worker sta ti ng that the 
Board has noted mi sco n duct by the social worker. 
t^:) Examination. Th e Boa r d may r equi r e a social worker 



to be examined oic 

social wo r k skills and k n owledge. 



ined orally o r in w r iting regarding his/her 



tSr) Reprimand. 



: primai i d. — Kcprimand is a public rebuke and 
sanctio n by t h e Board for practic e misconduct. — A 
rep r imand ty pi cally is given for less severe offenses 
and m ay r equir e s pecific follow-up actions by the 
social worke r . 

(4) Censure Censure — 15 — an — act — involving — seve re 

condemnation and a sanc t ion by th e Board for 
practice misconduct. Censuring is typically fo r seve re 
off e nses - and may r equire specifi c foll o w-up actio n s 
by the social worker. 

("51 Probation. — Probation is a stay of re vo c at i on or 

suspension — allowing — lim i t e d — pr actice — wit hi n 
preconditions establish e d by th e Boa r d. Violations of 
these conditions can result i n revocation. 

rtr) Suspension. Sus p ens i o n — rs — the — w i thd r awal — of 

privilege to p r actic e fo r a specif i c pe r iod of t ime. 

(t'I Revoca t ion. Revocat i o n — fs — the — w i thd r awal — of 

privilege to p i ac ti ce as a ce rti fi e d social worke r in th e 
State of North ' 



History Note: Authority G.S 908-6: 908-11; S.L 1999-313: 

Eff March 1. 1994; 

Teniporan Repeal Eff. October L 1999. 



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This Section im hides the Register Notice citation to Rules approved h) the Rules Review Cuinmission (RRC) at its meeting 
of September .V), 1999 pursuant to G.S. 1 50B-2I . I7(a)l I ) and reported to the Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure 
Oversight Committee pursuant to G.S. 1 50B-2LI6. The full text of rules are published below when the rules have been 
approved b\ RRC in a form different from that originally noticed in the Register or when no notice was required to be 
published in the Register. The rules published in full te.xt are identified by an * in the listing of approved rules. Statutory 
Reference: G.S. I50B-2LI7. 

These rules, unless otherwise noted, will become effective on the 3Lst legislative day of the 2000 Session of the General 
Assembly or a later date if specified by the agency unless a bill is introduced before the 31st legislative day that specifically 
disapproves the rule. If a bill to disapprove a rule is not ratified, the rule will become effective either on the da\ the bill 
receives an unfavorable final action or the da\ the General Assembh adjourns. Statutory reference.' G S. 1 5(lB-2L3. 



( 



APPROVED RULE CITATION 



2 


NCAC 


20B 


.0104* 


2 


NCAC 


43L 


.0309* 


13 


NCAC 


19 


.0101* 


15A 


NCAC 


4B 


.0I06-.0107* 


15A 


NCAC 


4B 


.0127 


15A 


NCAC 


7H 


.0309* 


15A 


NCAC 


7H 


.2105* 


ISA 


NCAC 


IOC 


.0S0I-.0502* 


15A 


NCAC 


IOC 


.0S03 


15A 


NCAC 


lOF 


.0321 


15A 


NCAC 


lOF 


.0323 


15A 


NCAC 


lOF 


.0339 


15A 


NCAC 


lOF 


.0367 


15A 


NCAC 


ISA 


.1611 


15A 


NCAC 


18A 


.2618* 


15A 


NCAC 


27 


.0401* 


I5A 


NCAC 


27 


.0440* 


15A 


NCAC 


27 


.OSOl 


ISA 


NCAC 


27 


.0510* 


ISA 


NCAC 


27 


.0520 


ISA 


NCAC 


27 


.0830* 


ISA 


NCAC 


27 


.0901* 


ISA 


NCAC 


27 


.0910* 


ISA 


NCAC 


27 


.0920* 


ISA 


NCAC 


27 


.0930 


16 


NCAC 


bC 


.0501* 


19A 


NCAC 


31 


.0307* 


19A 


NCAC 


31 


.0402* 


I9A 


NCAC 


31 


.0804* 


21 


NCAC 


141 


.0104* 


21 


NCAC 


141 


.0107* 


21 


NCAC 


I4J 


.0208* 


21 


NCAC 


14J 


.OSOl* 


21 


NCAC 


I4L 


.0101* 


21 


NCAC 


14N 


.0113* 


21 


NCAC 


140 


.0101* 


21 


NCAC 


I40 


.0104* 


21 


NCAC 


14? 


.0105* 


21 


NCAC 


14P 


.0111-.0112* 


21 


NCAC 


14P 


.0113 


21 


NCAC 


14P 


.0114* 



REGISTER CITATION TO THE 
NOTICE OF TEXT 



13:18 NCR 1503 




13:20 NCR 1718 




not required G.S. lS0B-21.S(a 


)(4 


13:09 NCR 760 




13:09 NCR 760 




13:13 NCR 1044 




13:13 NCR 1046 




13:20 NCR 1737 




13:20 NCR 1737 




13:19 NCR 1694 




13:19 NCR 1694 




13:19 NCR 1695 




13:19 NCR 1695 




13:20 NCR 1738 




not required. G.S. 150B-2 1.5 




13:21 NCR 1790 




13:21 NCR 1791 




13:21 NCR 1791 




13:21 NCR 1791 




13:21 NCR 1792 




13:21 NCR 1793 




13:21 NCR 1793 




13:21 NCR 1793 




13:21 NCR 1794 




13:21 NCR 1794 




13:18 NCR 1504 




13:22 NCR 1812 




13:22 NCR 1812 




13:22 NCR 1812 




13: 19 NCR 1652 




13:19 NCR 1652 




13:19 NCR 1652 




13:19 NCR 1652 




13:19 NCR 1652 




13:19 NCR 1652 




13:19 NCR 1652 




13:19 NCR 1652 




13:19 NCR 1652 




13:19 NCR 1652 




13: 19 NCR 1652 




13:19 NCR 1652 





Eff. September 1. 199^ 



EfF. September 1, 1999 



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21 
-II 



NCAC I4P 
NCAC 46 



.0116* 

.1815* 



13:19 NCR 1652 
13:24 NCR 2016 



TITLE 2 - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

CHAPTER 20 - THE NORTH CAROLINA 
STATE FAIR 



SUBCHAPTER 20B 



REGULATIONS OF THE STATE 
FAIR 



SECTION .0100 - GENERAL PROVISIONS 

.0104 ADMISSION REGULATIONS 

(a) All persons entering the North Carolina State Fair grounds 
must pay the established admission tec. except persons holding 
worker's permits. One-time-only admissions may be issued to 
those persons who arc employed by the fair or are asked to 
appear on the grounds by the lair management for a specific 
purpose, relative to the operation of the fair. 

(b) The gates of the North Carolina State Fair shall be open 
to visitors from 9:00 a.m. until midnight each day of the fair. 
Exhibit buildings shall be open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 p.m 
daily. 

(c) The State Fair Manager may operate a pass-out system at 
one or more of the outside gates. Persons exiting through these 
gates ma\ . upon request. ha\'e their hand or \ chicle stamped for 
readmittance through the same gate without additional charge. 
Readmittance must occur before 10:00 p.m. on the same day as 
pass-out or the hand stamp shall not be honored. 

(d) Outside gate admission prices are as follows: 
( I ) adull/child. 1 3 years of age and over 



(2) child. 6 through 12 years of age 



$6.00 

$2.00 

Free 

Free 



(3) senior citizen. 65 and over 

(4) child, under 6 years of age 
(e) Outside gate admission prices for advance ticket sales arc 

as follows: 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 



adult/child. 1 3 years of age and over $5.00 

child. 6 through 12 years of age $1.00 

senior citizen. 65 and over Free 

child, under 6 years of age Free 
adult group sales purchasing a minimum 

of 40 tickets $4.75 



Hisron Note: Authorin G.S. 106-503; 

Eft: Febnuin- L 1976: 

Amended Eff. Jiih 1. 2000: October 1. 1993: June 1. 1989: Juh 

l.!985:Apnll.l9H4. 

CHAPTER 43 - MARKETS 

SUBCHAPTER 43L - STRUCTURE AND POLICY 

SECTION .0300 - FEES: WESTERN NORTH 

CAROLINA HORSE AND LIVESTOCK FACILITY 

FEE SCHEDULE 



.0309 ADMISSION REGULATIONS 

(a) All persons entering the Western North Carolina 
Agricultural Center grounds during the North Carolina Mountain 
State Fair must pay the established admission fee, except 
persons holding workers permits. One-time-only admissions 
may be issued to those persons who are employed by the fair or 
are asked to appear on the grounds by the fair management for 
a specific purpose relative to the operation of the fair. 

(b) The gates of the Western North Carolina Agricultural 
Center shall open one hour prior to fair time and close one hour 
after closing of the fair midway each day of the fair. Opening of 
the fair midway and exhibit building may vary each day of the 
fair. 

(c ) The Western North Carolina Agricultural Center Manager 
may operate a pass-out system at one or more of the outside 
gates during the fair. Persons exiting through these gates may. 
upon request, have their hand or vehicle stamped for 
readmittance through the same gate without additional charge. 
Readmittance must occur before 10:00 p.m. on the same day as 
pass-out or the hand stamp will not be honored. 

(d) Outside gate admission prices are as follows: 

( 1 ) adult/child. 1 3 years of age and over $5.00 

(2) child. 6 through 12 years of age 2.00 

(3) child, under 6 years of age Free 

(4) senior citizen (age 65 and over) 2.00 

(e) Outside gate admission prices for advance ticket sales are 
as follows: 



(I) 

(2) 
(3) 
(4) 

(5) 



adult/child. 13 years of age and over 

child. 6 through 12 years of age 

child, under 6 years of age 

adult group sales purchasing a minimum 

of 40 tickets 

senior citizen (age 65 and over) 



$4.00 
1.50 
Free 

3.50 
1.50 



Histoiy Note: Authority G.S. 106-6.1: 
Eff. June 1. 1994: 
Amended Eff. Juh L 2000. 



TITLE 13 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

CHAPTER 19 - RETALIATORY EMPLOYMENT 
DISCRIMINATION 

SECTION .0100 - GENERAL PROVISIONS 

.0101 WORKPLACE RETALIATORY 
DISCRIMINATION OFFICE 

The main office of the Workplace Retaliatory Discrimination 
(WORD) Office, which administers the pro\'isions of Article 21 
of G.S. 95. the Retaliatory Employment Discrimination Act 
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of Labor (the Department) at the Old Revenue Building. 2 South 
Salisbury Street, Raleigh. North Carolina. The WORD Office 
maintains branch offices in Greensboro and Charlotte, North 
Carolina. The mailing address of the main office is: 

Workplace Retaliatory Discrimination Office 

North Carolina Department of Labor 

4 West Edenton Street 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27601 

Histoiy Note: Authority G.S. 95-245: 

Eff.April I, 1999: 

Amended Eft: September I. 1999. 



TITLE ISA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

CHAPTER 4 - SEDIMENTATION CONTROL 

SUBCHAPTER 4B - EROSION AND SEDIMENT 
CONTROL 

.0106 BASIC CONTROL OBJECTIVES 

(a) An erosion and sedimentation control plan may be 
disapproved pursuant to 15A NCAC 4B .0118 if the plan fails 
to address the following control objectives: 

( 1 ) Identify Critical Areas: Identify site areas subject to 
severe erosion, and off-site areas especially 
vulnerable to damage from erosion and sedimentation. 

(2) Limit Exposed Areas. Limit the size of the area 
exposed at any one time. 

{?) Limit Time of Exposure. Limit exposure to the 
shortest feasible time. 

(4) Control Surface Water. Control surface water run-off 
originating upgrade of exposed areas in order to 
reduce erosion and sediment loss during exposure. 

(3) Control Sedimentation. All land-disturbing activity is 
to be planned and conducted so as to prevent off-site 
sedimentation damage. 

(6) Manage Storm Water Runoff When the increased 
velocity of storm water runoff resulting from a land- 
disturbing activity causes accelerated erosion of the 
receiving watercourse, plans shall include measures to 
control the velocity to the point of discharge. 

(b) When deemed necessary by the approving authorit) a 
preconstruction conference may be required. 

Histon- Note: Authorit}- G.S. 1 1 M-54ul)i4): U3A-54. 1: 
Eff. February 1. 1976: 

Amended Eff. Jnl\ L 2000: February 1, 1992: Max I. 1990: 
November I. 1984: March 14. 198(1. 

.0107 MANDATORY STANDARDS FOR LAND- 
DISTURBING ACTIVITY 

(a) No land-disturbing activity subject to these Rules shall be 
undertaken except in accordance with the G.S. 1 13A-57. 

(b) Pursuant to G.S. 1 l.^A-57(.^), provisions for a ground 



cover sufficient to restrain erosion must be accomplished within 
15 working days or 90 calendar days following completion of 
construction or development, whichever period is shorter, except 
as provided in 15A NCAC 4B .0124(e). 

(c) Pursuant to G.S. 113A-57(4) and 1 13A-54(d)(4), an 
erosion and sedimentation control plan must be both filed and 
approved by the agency having jurisdiction. 

HistonNote: AuthorityG.S. 1 13A-54(dM4): 1 13A-57: 113A- 

57I3H4}: 

Eff. February 1. 1976: 

Amended Eff. Julx /, 2000: May 1. 1990: August 1. 1988. 

November 1. 1984: March 14. 1980. 

CHAPTER 7 - COASTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 7H - STATE GUIDELINES FOR 
AREAS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN 

SECTION .0300 - OCEAN HAZARD AREAS 

.0309 USE STANDARDS FOR OCEAN HAZARD 
AREAS: EXCEPTIONS 

(a) The following types of development may be permitted 
seaward of the oceanfront setback requirements of Rule .0306(a) 
of the Subchapter if all other provisions of this Subchapter and 
other state and local regulations are met: 



(1) 

(2) 



campsites; 

parking areas with clay, packed sand or similar 

surfaces: 

(3) outdoor tennis courts: 

(4) elevated decks not exceeding a footprint of 500 
square feet; 

(5) beach accessways consistent with Rule .0308(c) of 
this Subchapter: 

(6) unenclosed, uninhabitable gazebos with a footprint of 
200 square feet or less; 

(7) uninhabitable, single-story storage sheds with a 
footprint of 200 square feet or less; 

(8) temporary amusement stands; and 

(9) swimming pools. 

In all cases, this development shall only be permitted if it is 
landward of the vegetation line; involves no alteration or 
removal of primary or frontal dunes which would compromise 
the integrity of the dune as a protective landform or the dune 
\egetation; has overwalks to protect any existing dunes; is not 
essential to the continued existence or use of an associated 
principal development; is not required to satisfy minimum 
requirements of local zoning, subdivision or health regulations; 
and meets all other non-setback requirements of this Subchapter, 
(b) Where strict application of the oceanfront setback 
requirements ofRule .0306(a) ofthis Subchapter would preclude 
placement of permanent substantial structures on lots existing as 
of June 1. 1979, single family residential structures may be 
permitted seaward of the applicable setback line in ocean 
erodible areas, but not inlet hazard areas, if each of the following 
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( 1 ) The development is set back from the ocean the 
maximum feasible distance possible on the existing 
lot and the development is designed to minimize 
encroachment into the setback area; 

(2) The development is at least 60 feet landward of the 
vegetation line; 

(3) The development is not located on or in front of a 
frontal dune, but is entirely behind the landward toe 
of the frontal dune; 

(4) The development incorporates each of the following 
design standards, which arc in addition to those 
required by Rule .0308(dl of this Subchapter. 

(A) All pilings have a tip penetration that extends 
to at least four feet below mean sea level; 

(B ) The footprint of the structure be no more than 
1,000 square feet or 10 percent of the lot size, 
whichever is greater. 

(5 ) All other provisions of this Subchapter and other state 
and local regulations are met. If the development is 
to be serviced by an on-site waste disposal system, a 
copy of a valid permit for such a system must be 
submitted as part of the CAMA permit application. 

(c) Reconfiguration of lots and projects that ha\e a 
grandfather status under Paragraph (b) of this Rule shall be 
allowed provided that the following conditions are met: 

1 1 ) Development is setback from the first line of stable 
natural vegetation a distance no less than that required 
by the applicable exception; 
(2) Reconfiguration will not result in an increase in the 
number of buildable lots within the Ocean Hazard 
AEC or have other ad\erse environmental 
consequences; and 
(?i) Development on lots qualifying for the exception in 
Paragraph (b) of this Rule must meet the requirements 
of Paragraphs ( 1 ) through (5 ) of that Paragraph. 
For the purposes of this Rule, an existing lot is a lot or tract of 
land which, as of June 1, 1979, is specifically described in a 
recorded plat and which cannot be enlarged by combining the lot 
or tract of land with a contiguous lot(s) or tracKs) of land under 
the same ownership. The footprint is defined as the greatest 
exterior dimensions of the structure, including covered 
stairways, when extended to ground level. 

(d) TTie following types of water dependent development 
shall be permitted seaward of the oceanfront setback 
requirements of Rule .0306(a) of this Section if all other 
provisions of this Subchapter and other stale and local 
regulations are met: 

(1) piers providing public access (excluding any pier 
house, office, or other enclosed areas); and 

( 2 ) maintenance and replacement of existing state-owned 
bridges and causeways and accessways to such 
bridges. 

te) Where application of the oceanfront setback requirements 
of Rule .0306(a) of this Section would preclude replacement of 
a pier house associated with an existing ocean pier, replacement 
of the pier house shall be permitted if each of the following 
conditions are met: 



( 1 ) The associated ocean pier provides public access for 
fishing or other recreational purposes whether on a 
commercial, public, or nonprofit basis; 

(2) The pier ht)use is set back from the ocean the 
maximum feasible distance while maintaining 
existing parking and sewage treatment facilities and 
is designed to reduce encroachment into the setback 
area; 

(3) The pier house shall not be enlarged beyond its 
original dimensions as of January 1. 1996; 

(4) The pier house shall be rebuilt to comply with all 
other pro\ isions of this Subchapter; and 

(5) If the associated pier has been destroyed or rendered 
unusable, replacement of the pier house shall be 
permitted only if the pier is also being replaced and 
returned to its original function. 

(f) In addition to the development authorized under 
Rule. 0309(d) of this Section, small scale, non-essential 
development that does not induce further growth in the Ocean 
Hazard Area, such as the construction of single family piers and 
small scale erosion control measures that do not interfere with 
natural ocean front processes, may be permitted on those non 
oceanfront portions of shoreline within a designated Ocean 
Hazard Area that exhibit features characteristic of Estuarine 
Shoreline. Such features include the presence of wetland 
vegetation, lower wave energy and lower erosion rates than in 
the adjoining Ocean Erodible Area. Such development shall be 
permitted under the standards set out in Rule .0208 of this 
Subchapter. For the purpose of this Rule, small scale is defined 
as those projects which are eligible for authorization under 13A 
NCAC 7H . 1 1 00. . 1 200 and 7K .0203. 

Histon Note: Authority G.S. 1 1 M-I07lal: 1 1 M-I()7lh): 

n3A-113lhH6ta: 1 1 3A-1 1 3lh>(6)h: 1 1 3A-] I Mh)i6)d: 

J13A-I24: 

Eff. February!. 1981; 

Amended Eff. August L -0<>0: April 1,1996; April I. 1995; 

Febriiaiyl, 1993; Jaiuian 1. 1991; April 1. 1987. 

SECTION .2100 - GENERAL PERMIT FOR 

CONSTRUCTION OF MARSH ENHANCEMENT 

BREAK^^ ATERS FOR SHORELINE PROTECTION IN 

ESTUARINE AND PUBLIC TRUST WATERS 

.2105 SPECIFIC CONDITIONS 

(a) The breakwater shall be positioned no more than 20 feet 
waterward of the mean high water or normal w ater level contour 
(whichever is applicable) or 20 feet waterward of the waterward 
edge of existing wetlands at any point along its alignment. For 
narrow waterbodies (canals, creeks, etc.) the breakwater 
alignment shall not be positioned offshore mt)re than one sixth 
(1/6) the width of the waterbody. 

(b) Breakwaters authorized under this General Permit shall be 
allowed only in waters that average less than three feet in depth 
along the proposed alignment as measured from the mean high 
water or nornial water level contour. 

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wetland habitat exists along tfie permittees shoreline to provide 
adequate shoreline stabilization, the permittee shall be required 
to plant appropriate wetland species landward of the breakwater 
structure as directed by Department Staff. 

(d) Construction authorized by this general permit will be 
limited to a maximum length of 500 feet. 

(e) The breakwater shall be constructed with an equal gap 
between each sheathing board totalmg at least one inch of open 
area every linear foot of breakwater. The breakwater shall have 
at least one five foot opening at every 100 feet. The breakwater 
sections shall be staggered and overlap as long as the five foot 
separation between sections is maintained. Overlapping sections 
shall not overlap more than 10 feet. 

(f) The height of the breakwater shall not exceed six inches 
above mean high water or the normal water level. 

(g) Offshore breakwater sections shall be set back 15 feet 
from the adjoining property lines and the riparian access 
dividing line. The line of division of riparian access shall be 
established by drawing a line along the channel or deep water in 
front of the property, then drawing a line perpendicular to the 
line of the channel so that it intersects with the shore at the point 
the upland property hne meets the waters edge. The set back 
may be waived by written agreement of the adjacent riparian 
owner(s) or when the two adjoining riparian owners are 
co-applicants. Should the adjacent property be sold before 
construction of the breakwater begins, the applicant shall obtain 
a written agreement with the new owner wai\'ing the minnnum 
setback and submit it to the Division of Coastal Management 
prior to initiating any construction of the breakwater. 

(h) Breakwaters shall be marked at 50 foot intervals with 
yellow reflectors extending at least three feet above mean high 
water. 

(i) No backfill of the breakwater or any other fill of wetlands, 
estuarine waters, public trust areas, or highground is authorized 
by this general permit. 

(J ) No excavation of the shallow water bottom, any wetlands, 
or high ground is authorized by this general permit. 

(k) The breakwater must be constructed of treated wood, 
plastic lumber, metal sheet piles or materials approved as similar 
by Department personnel. 

(1) Perpendicular sections, return walls, or sections which 
would enclose estuarine waters or public trust areas shall not be 
allowed under this permit. 

(m) The permittee will maintain the breakwater in good 
condition and in conformance with the terms and conditions of 
this permit or the remaining breakwater structure shall be 
removed within 90 days of notification from the Division of 
Coastal Management. 

Histon- Note: Authorin G.S. II}A-I07: llM-JIS.l: 

Eff. June I. 1994: 

Amended Eff. Aiisust I, 2000. 

CHAPTER 10 - WILDLIFE RESOURCES AND WATER 
SAFETY 

SUBCHAPTER IOC - INLAND FISHING 



REGULATIONS 
SECTION .0500 - DECLARATORY RULINGS 

.0501 SCOPE AND PURPOSE 

To establish and protect those fragile inland waters which 
support embryonic, larval or juvenile populations of marine or 
estuarine fish or crustacean species. These Rules will set forth 
permanent nursery areas in inland fishing waters. Nursery areas 
are necessary for the early growth and development of virtually 
all of North Carolina's important marine or estuarine fish or 
crustacean species. Nursery areas need to be maintained, as 
much as possible, in their natural state, and the fish and 
crustacean populations within them must be permitted to 
develop in a normal manner with as little interference from man 
as possible. 

History Note: Authontx G.S. 113-132: 113-134: 
Eff. September 1. 1990: 
Amended Eff. Jiilx L 2000. 

.0502 PRIMARY NURSERY AREAS DEFINED 

Primary nursery areas are defined as those areas inhabited by 
the embryonic, larval or juvenile life stages of marine or 
estuarine fish or crustacean species due to favorable physical, 
chemical or bioloiiical factors. 



History Note: Authoritx G.S. 113-132 
Eff. August I. 1990: 
Amended Eff. J ul\ I. 2000. 



113-134: 



CHAPTER 18 - ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 

SUBCHAPTER 18A - SANITATION 

SECTION .2600 - SANITATION OF RESTAURANTS 
AND OTHER FOODHANDLING ESTABLISHMENTS 

.2618 CLEANING OF EQUIPMENT AND UTENSILS 

ta) All equipment and fixtures shall be kept clean. All cloths 
used by chefs and other employees in the kitchen shall be clean. 

(b) Single-use articles such as formed buckets, bread 
wrappers, aluminum pie plates and No. 10 cans shall be used 
only once except that containers made of plastic, glass or other 
food grade material having smooth sides and of a construction 
so as to be easily cleaned may be reused. 

(c) All multi-use eating and drinking utensils shall be 
thoroughly washed, rinsed, and subjected to a bactericidal 
treatment specified in Rule .2619 of this Section after each 
usage. The supply of eating and drinking utensils shall be of 
sufficient quantity to allow washing, rinsing, sanitizing and 
air-drying before re-use. All multi-use utensils except pizza 
pans and similar type pans (not used for table service) used in 
the storage, preparation, cooking, or serving of food or drink 
shall be cleaned and rinsed immediately after the days" 
operations, after each use. or upon completittn of each meal as 
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service) which are continually subjected to high temperatures do 
not require cleaning after each use or days use but shall be kept 
clean and maintained in good repair. 

(d) In addition to washing and rinsing multi-use utensils as 
indicated in Paragraph (c) of this Rule, preparation surfaces 
which come in contact with potentially hazardous foods and are 
not subjected to heat during routine cooking operations shall be 
sanitized. Examples of food contact surfaces which must be 
sanitized are utensils used in preparing cold salads and cold 
beverages, cutting boards, table tops, knives, saws, and slicers. 
For utensils and equipment which are either too large or 
impractical to sanitize in a dishwashing machine or dishwashing 
sink, and for those establishments which do not have 
dishwashing equipment, a spray-on or wipe-on sanitizer may be 
used. When spray-on or wipe-on sanitizers are used, the 
chemical strengths shall be those required for sanitizing 
multi-use eating and drinking utensils. 

(e) Hand dishwashing facilities shall consist of an approved 
three-compartment sink of sufficient size and depth to submerge, 
wash, rinse and sanitize utensils and shall ha\e splash back 
protection and drainboards that are an integral part of and 
continuous with the sink. These drainboards shall be of a 
sufficient size to accommodate the drainage of liquids of the 
washed utensils after being sanitized. Air drying of utensils may 
be accomplished with the use of a drainboard, overhead or wall 
mounted shelves, or with the use of stationary or portable racks 
or by cross-stacking. 

(f) Where the Department determines that the volume of 
dishes, glasses and utensils to be washed cannot be processed in 
a single warewashing facility, separate dish, glass or utensil 
washing facilities shall be required. Separate vegetable washing 
facilities shall be provided in establishments which wash raw 
vegetables except where plan review shows that volume and 
preparation frequency do not require separate vegetable washing 
facilities or where vegetables are purchased prewashed and 
packaged. Establishments which scale or eviscerate fish or wash 
raw poultry shall provide separate sinks with preparation space 
for these processes except where plan review shows that volume 
and preparation frequency do not require separate washing 
facilities. 

(g) When dishwashing machines are used, the machines shall 
be approved and shall be fitted with drainboards iif ample 
capacity on each side, and include a countersunk sink or other 
approved means for pre-cleaning. pre-flushing. or pre-soaking 
of the utensils in the dirty dish lane. Thermometers indicating 
the wash and rinse water temperatures shall be pritvided and 
kept in good repair. 

(h) When dishwashing machines are used, the machines shall 
be approved on the basis of size, capacity, and type for the 
number of utensils to be washed. Under some conditions, as 
when volume is limited and time permits, glasses may be 
washed with power-driven brushes and passed through 
door-type machines, which are also used for dishwashing, for 
final rinse and bactericidal treatment. For this method, a 
motor-driven glass-washer and a single-vat sink may suffice. 

(i) When only single-service eating and drinking utensils are 
used, at least an approved two-compartment sink shall be 



provided. This sink shall be of sufficient size to submerge, 
wash, rinse and sanitize utensils and shall have splash back 
protection and drainboards that are an integral part of and 
continuous with the sink. These drainboards shall be of 
sufficient size ti> accommodate the drainage of liquids of the 
washed utensils after being sanitized. Air drying of utensils may 
be accomplished with the use of a drainboard, overhead or wall 
mounted shelves, or with the use of stationary or portable racks. 

(j) Facilities for the heating of water shall be provided. 
Capacity of hot water heating facilities shall be based on number 
and size of sinks, capacity of dishwashing machines, and other 
food service and cleaning needs. Hot water storage tanks shall 
provide a minimum of 130° F (54° C) hot water when water is 
not used for sanitizing; when hot water is used for sanitizing, a 
minimum storage temperature of 140° F (60° C) hot water is 
required. 

(k) No article, polish, or other substance containing any 
cyanide preparation or other poisonous material shall be used for 
the cleaning or polishing of eating or cooking utensils. 

(1) In determining the sufficiency of the size of drainboards, 
machine dishwashers and sinks in an establishment, the 
Environmental Health Specialist shall consider the number and 
size of multi-use utensils regularly cleaned. For drainboards 
only, the Specialist shall also consider the available shelf space, 
racks and other areas which may be used for air drying. 

His ton Note: A uthority G. S. 1 30A -248: 

Eff. Mci\5. 1980: 

Ameiuled Eff. September L 1^'^^: August 1. 1998: January I. 

1996: July I. l993:Jul\l. 1991. 

CHAPTER 27 WELL CONTRACTOR 
CERTIFICATION RULES 

SECTION .0400 - CERTIFICATION BY 
EXAMINATION 

.0401 SUBMITTAL AND PROCESSING OF 
APPLICATIONS FOR EXAMINATIONS 

(a) An application being filed for examination shall be 
postmarked by the United States Postal Service, or otherwise 
received by the Commission, at least 30 days prior to the date 
upon which the examination is scheduled to be administered and 
the appropriate fee must accompany the application 

(b) Upon receipt of the application by the Commission, the 
application shall be reviewed by the designee(s) of the 
Commission for eligibility to take the examination. The 
applicant must be notified of their eligibility by letter and shall 
be advised of the date, time and place of the examination. A 
receipt for the examination fee must accompany the letter. In 
cases where the applicant is ineligible for examination, the 
applicant shall also be notified by letter and advised of the 
reason for ineligibility. The examination fee shall be refunded 
in the event that the applicant is determined to be ineligible for 
the examination, minus a 50 percent processing fee. Upon 
learning of ineligibility, the applicant may request a hearing 
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relative to the ineligibility, if the applicant so desires. Such 
requests must be in writing and shall be submitted at least 30 
days prior to the next regularly scheduled meeting. 

(c) Any applicant who intentionally supplies false 
information on the application for certification for the purpose 
of gaining eligibility, shall be ineligible for the examination and 
must forfeit the examination fee. 

History Note: Aiitlumtx G.S. 87-98.6: 87-98. 9: I43B-30I. 11: 
Temporary Adoption Eff. December 15. 1998: 
Eff. Aiisiist 1, 2000. 

.0440 EXAMINATION RESULTS AND ISSUANCE OF 
CERTIFICATES 

(a) After an examination, the applicant shall be informed, in 
writing only, by the Commission or its authorized 
representatives as to the results of his examination. If a passing 
score is made, such notification constitutes certification by the 
Commission. After each examination, a list of those certified 
shall be drawn up and made a part of the permanent records of 
the Commission. Copies of these lists shall be provided to each 
Commission member. Upon completion of the examination 
process, the applicant who passes the examination shall be 
issued a certificate. 

(b) Under normal circumstances, neither the examination 
grade nor the examination paper of any applicant shall be made 
available to anyone other than the members of the Commission 
and those approved persons who assist in conducting and 
grading the examinations. TTie examination papers shall be held 
by the Commission in a secure location for a period of six 
months following notification to the applicant. Questions by the 
applicant concerning the examination must be made in writing 
to the Commission within six months of the notification date. 
An applicant who fails to pass an examination shall be entitled 
to and notified of the privilege to review his examination in the 
presence of one or more Commission members or its authorized 
representative in Raleigh, or at another location approved by the 
Commission. 

Hi.stor.Note: AiitlioritxG.S. 87-98.6: 87-98.8: 143B-301.il: 
Temporary Adoption Eff'. December 15, 1998: 
Eft: Ausiist 1. 2000. 

SECTION .0500 - CERTIFICATION WITHOUT 
EXAMINATION 

.0510 RECIPROCAL WAIVER OF EXAMINATION 
FOR CERTIFICATION 

(a) The Commission may waive the examination requirement 
of this Chapter for an applicant who is licensed or holds a 
certification to practice well contractor activities in another State 
which also provides for equivalent reciprocal waiver of 
examination for licensing or certification to practice well 
construction activities in that state to North Carolina certified 
well contractors. 

(b) The Commission may grant a waiver of the examination 
requirement to an applicant who provides evidence 



satisfactory to the Commission that the applicant: 

( 1 ) Meets the requirements for Certification established 
by the Commission under this Chapter; and 

(2) Became licensed or certified in the other State after 
passing in that state an examination that is equal or 
comparable to the examination for which the 
applicant is seeking the waiver. 

HistonNote: Authority G.S. 87-98.6:87-98.7: 143B-301.il; 
Temporaty Adoption Eff. December 15, 1998: 
Eff. Ausiist I, 2000. 

SECTION .0800 - CONTINUING EDUCATION 
REQUIREMENTS 

.0830 RECORDKEEPING 

The responsibility of maintaining records to be used to 
support credits claimed is the responsibility of the contractor 
Records required include, but are not limited to: 

(1) A log showing the type of activity claimed, 
sponsoring organization, location, duration, 
instructors or speakers name and PDH credits earned: 
or 

(2) Attendance verification records in the form of 
completion certificates, or other documents 
supporting evidence of attendance. 

Hi.uon Note: Authority G.S. 87-98. 12: 143B-30l.il: 
Temporal-} Adoption Eff. December 15. 1998: 
Eff. August 1. 2000. 

SECTION .0900 - PROCEDURES FOR DISCIPLINARY 
ACTIONS 

.0901 REVOCATION, RELINQUISHMENT OR 
EXPIRATION OF CERTIFICATION 

(a) The Commission may revoke or suspend the certification 
of a well contractor in accordance with the provisions of G.S. 
87-98.8 and G.S. I50B-3. Prior to the Commissions taking 
action on a proposed revocation or suspension, the well 
contractor shall be given an opportunity to submit a written 
statement and present oral argument before the Commission at 
a regularly scheduled meeting. Notice of the meeting shall be 
delivered personally or by certified mail at least 1 5 days prior to 
the meeting. 

(b) Notice of the revocation or suspension shall be delivered 
to the well contractor personally or by certified mail at least 20 
days prior to the effective date of the revocation or suspension. 
The notice shall contain the alleged facts or conduct upon which 
the revocation or suspension is based and shall inform the well 
contractor of the opportunity to contest the action under G.S. 
1 508 before the effective date of revocation or suspension. 

(c) Certification may be relinquished by submission to the 
Certification Commission of the original certificate and a 
notarized statement of relinquishment. 

(d) The Certification Commission may issue a written 
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The reprimand shall be delivered personally or hy certified mail. 
A copy of the letter shall be kept in the well contractors file and 
a copy shall be sent to the well contractor's employer of record. 
The well contractor shall be given the opportunity to put a letter 
of rebuttal into the file when a reprimand has been issued. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 87-98.8: 143B-3U(): I5UB-.1- 

J5UB-38: 1503-40: 1508-43: 

Temporal-} Adoption Ejf. December 15. 1998; 

Eff. August I. 2000. 

.0910 RECERTIFICATION FOLLOWING 
REVOCATION OR RELINQUISHMENT 

(a) After revocation or relinquishment has been effective for 
a pericKj determined by the Commission, a person may apply in 
writing for recertification by the Commission, including in his 
petition any relevant facts concerning changes to conditions 
under w hich revocation or relinquishment occurred. Such facts 
shall show clearly that applicant shall comply w ith the law s and 
regulations. 

(b) Within 120 days following receipt of an application for 
recertification. the Commission shall notify the applicant by 
letter of its decision to deny or grant examination eligibility in 
accordance with procedures set out in 15A NCAC 27 .0301. 
Additional eligibility requirements including a show cause 
conference may be imposed by the Commission. Eligibility 
shall only be granted if there is substantial evidence that the 
conditions leading to the revocation or relinquishment ha\ e been 
corrected. 

(c) Recertification of a person as a well contractor shall only 
occur by means of application and examination. The 
examinations shall not be waived. The applicant shall meet the 
eligibility requirements set forth in 15A NCAC 27 .0.^01 . The 
applicant shall not be eligible for temporary certification under 
G.S. 87-98.7(0. 

(d) Upon notification of the Commission "s decision to deny 
eligibility, the applicant may appeal the decision pursuant to the 
procedures contained in Article 3A of G.S. 150B. 

HistoiyNote: Authority G.S. 87-98.8: 143B-30l.il: 150B-3: 

150B-43: 

Temporary Adoption Ejf. December 15. 1998: 

Eff. August 1. 2000. 

.0920 NOTIFICATION TO THE DEPARTMENT 

The Commission shall notify the Department of all actions 
taken in accordance with this Section. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 87-98.8: 143B-30l.il: 
Temporary Adoption Eff. December 15. 1998: 
Eff. August 1. 2000. 



TITLE 16 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION 
CHAPTER 6 - ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY 



EDUCATION 
SUBCHAPTER 6C - PERSONNEL 

.0501 GENERAL PROVISIONS 

(a) Each LEA shall provide for the e\'aluation of all 
professional employees. The LEA shall base this e\aluation 
upon performance standards and criteria contained in this Rule. 
LEAs may adopt additmnal standards and criteria that are not in 
conflict with those adopted by the SBE. the General Statutes, or 
with this Section. 

(b) The person to whom an employee appropriately reports as 
designated in the job description, or that person's designee as 
approved by the superintendent, shall evaluate the employee. 

(c) The LEA shall inform all personnel of their job 
descriptions and the performance standards and criteria 
applicable to their position at the time of employment or the 
beginning of the school year. 

(d) Each LEA shall pro\ide orientation on the performance 
appraisal process to its personnel. 

(e) The performance appraisal shall address the following 
criteria: 

( 1 ) a basis for self-improvement by professional 
personnel: 

(2) data for planning staff development activities for 
personnel at the school, administrative unit, regional 
and state levels: and 

(3) data for empknment decisions. 

(f) Each person may place written comments regarding the 
evaluation on their performance appraisal instruments. 

(g) Each LEA shall adopt a rating scale for the evaluation or 
use the following scale: 

(1) Unsatisfactory. Performance is consistently 
inadequate or unacceptable and most practices require 
considerable improvement to minimum performance 
expectations. Teacher requires close and frequent 
supervision in the pertormance of all responsibilities. 

(2) Below Standard. Performance is sometimes 
inadequate or unacceptable and needs improvement. 
Teacher requires super\ision and assistance to 
maintain an adequate scope of competencies, and 
sometimes fails to perform additional responsibilities 
as assigned. 

(3) At Standard. Performance is consistently adequate or 
acceptable. Teaching practices fully meet all 
performance expectations at an acceptable level. 
Teacher maintains an adequate scope of competencies 
and performs additional responsibilities as assigned. 

(4) Above Standard. Performance is frequently high. 
Some teaching practices are demonstrated at a high 
level while others are at a consistently adequate or 
acceptable level. Teacher sometimes seeks to expand 
scope of competencies and occasionally undertakes 
additional appropriate responsibilities. 

(5) Well Above Standard. Perf\)rmance is frequently 
outstanding. Some teaching practices are 
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a consistently high level. Teacher frequently seeks to 
expand scope of competencies and often undertakes 
additional appropriate responsibilities. 
(6) Superior. Performance is consistently outstanding. 
Teachmg practices are demonstrated at the highest 
level of performance. Teacher continuously seeks to 
expand scope of competencies and constantly 
undertakes additional appropriate responsibilities. 

History Note: Authorit} G.S. 115C-333; 

Eff.July I. 1986: 

Amended Eff. September L 1999. 



TITLE 19A DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
TRANSPORTATION 

CHAPTER 3 - DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

SUBCHAPTER 31 - RULES AND REGULATIONS 
GOVERNING THE LICENSING OF COMMERCIAL 
RIVER TRAINING SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONS 

SECTION .0300 - SCHOOL LOCATION: PHYSICAL 
FACILITIES: AND COURSES OF INSTRUCTION 

.0307 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION 

Commercial driver training schools may teach the following 
courses: 

( 1 ) For unlicensed persons 1 8 years of age or older, a 
course as follows: 

(a) Classroom Instruction. A minimum of six 
hours, including (but not limited to) rules of 
the road and other laws affecting the operation 
of motor vehicles, safe driving practices, 
pedestrian safety, and the general 
responsibilities of the driver. No class may 
consist of more than fifty students. Classroom 
work shall be limited to no more than six hours 
per day. 

(b) Behind-the-Wheellnstruction. A minimum of 
six hours, including instruction and practice in 
all the basic physical skills necessary for 
proper control of a motor vehicle in all normal 
driving situations, such as starting, stopping, 
steering and turning, controlling the vehicle in 
traffic, backing, and parking. A valid learners 
permit issued by the Driver License Section of 
the Division is required. 

(c) A person holding a valid learner's permit 
issued by the Driver License Section of the 
Division shall not be required to take the six 
hours of classroom instruction set forth in Sub- 
item (IKa) of this Rule. 

(d) A person holding a valid learner's permit or 
driver's license issued by the Driver License 
Section of the Division ma\ contract for anv 



portion of the six-hour behind-the-wheel 
instruction. 

(2 ) For licensed persons a course for purposes of driver 
improvement, such as improving their knowledge and 
skill m the operation of a motor vehicle. 

(3) For unlicensed persons under the age of 18 years, a 
course which must be approved by the Commissioner 
and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction as 
follows: 

(a) Classroom Instruction shall not include 
workbook assignments or other work out of the 
presence of an instructor. An instructor or 
employee of a commercial driver education 
school shall not administer a proficiency test. 
No class may consist of more than 50 students. 
Classroom work shall be limited to no more 
than three hours per day on school days and six 
hours per day on non-school days. A 
minimum of 30 hours shall be taught, 
consisting of instruction in: 

(i) highway transportation: its social and 

economic influences upon life in 

America; 
(li) drivers: their physical and mental 

characteristics and how their capabilities 

and limitations infiuence the traffic 

scene; 
(iii) the automobile: its construction. 

maintenance, and safe operation; 
(iv) traffic law and enforcement: laws of 

nature and man-made laws; and their 

relationship to traffic safety; 
(v) pedestrians and bicycles: their influence 

upon the traffic scene; 
(vi) engineering: its influence upon 

automobiles, highways, traffic controls, 

and people; 
(vii) driving while impaired; six hours of 

instruction t)n the effects of drinking 

upon driving and upon accident and 

death rates; and 
(viii) rights and privileges of handicapped 

persons; their rights to use flags, 

placards, cards, license plates, and 

parking places. 

(b) Behind-the- Wheel Instruction. A minimum of 
six hours, actually under the wheel, including: 

(i) familiarization with the automobile, the 
use of its controls; and the development 
of skills essential to safe operation in 
traffic; and 
(ii) driving in traffic with the instructor in a 
dual control car to develop abilities 
needed to follow the soundest course of 
action in responding to complex 
situations, 
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any part of the six hours of behind-the- 
wheel instruction. 

(c) Restrictions: 

. (i) Behind-lhe-Wheel instruction shall be 
offered to a student only after he has 
completed the ciasswork section. If a 
student has contracted for both 
ciasswork and behind-the-wheel 
training, behind-the-wheel training may 
begin after ciasswork starts and before 
ciasswork has been completed. At no 
time shall a student be taken out of cla.ss 
to attend behind-the-wheel training, 
(ii) No student shall operate a motor vehicle 
upon any public street or highway 
unless such student shall have in his 
immediate possession a valid Restricted 
Instruction Permit issued by the 
Division. 

(iii) No more than two hours of 
behind-the-wheel training shall be given 
in any one day. A written record 
indicating the date and time of this 
training shall be kept on file for each 
student. The record must be signed by 
the student in ink after each driving 
session, and shall not include any hours 
of observation of other students, i.e. 
mere presence in the car while someone 
else is driving. 

(iv) Whether pn\ate. or a contract with a 
school system, an instructor may not 
provide behind-the-wheel training to 
more than three individuals. If 
transporting more than three indi\ idual 
students the instructor shall operate the 
vehicle. 

(d) Other requirements: 

(i ) Plans for the content of the curriculum, 
its organization, and presentation shall 
be submitted on Form SBTS-61 for the 
approval of the Commissioner and the 
State Superintendent of Public 
Instruction. In addition, lesson plans for 
each of the 30 hours must be submitted. 

(ii) Textbooks for use in the ciasswork 
section shall be chosen from those 
approved by the State Superintendent of 
Public Instruction. 
(iii) Instructors must be approved by both 
the Commissioner and the State 
Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
(iv) All expenses incurred in offering and 
teaching these courses shall be paid by 
the persons enrolled therein or the 
school offering the course. 

(v) A student may enroll for either the 



(4) 



classroom work or behind-the-wheel 
instruction, or both. A school may 
accept certification of completion of 
classroom instruction from any school 
authorized to offer such a course, 
provided the certificate (Form 
SBTS-61 lA) is signed by the principal 
of the public school, or the 
superintendent of the administrative unit 
of which it is a part, or the executive 
officer of a non-public secondary 
school. All SBTS-61 1 A forms shall be 
mailed or taken directly to the high 
school for completion by the 
commercial school owner or instructor. 
Under no circumstances shall the form 
be given to the student. 

(vi) Schools offering this course shall issue 
to their students upon completion of 
either or both parts of the course a 
certificate furnished by the Division 
(Form SBTS-61 1). This certificate 
verifies only the training taught by the 
commercial school. The students name 
on this certificate must be as it appears 
on his birth certificate. Schools shall be 
accountable to the Di\ision for all 
certificates issued to them, 
(vii) The student, upon submitting 
certification of satisfactory completion 
of both parts of the driver education 
course, shall be eligible for licensing as 
provided by law. Such certification may 
be from either or both a public or 
non-public secondary school or a 
commercial driver training school, 
(viii) Schools shall submit reports to the 
Di\ision. as may be required by the 
Di\ision Rules and their books and 
records shall be open to inspection by 
Division representatives at all 
reasonable times. 
(e) A person completing the 30 and six hour 

course who desires additional training may 

contract for any portion of the six-hour 

behind-the-wheel instruction. 
For licensed persons taking a course offered by a 
restricted commercial driver training school, the 
following courses are authorized: 

(a) curriculum for evaluation and improvement for 
licensed adult drivers only, utilizing 
over-lhe-road observation in vehicles not 
owned by the school or equipment such as 
driving simulators: 

(b) professional curricula, including one or more 
of the following: 

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(5) 



(ii) auto-cross driving; 

(iii) emergency-vehicle driving; or 

(iv) road and track racing. 
Instructor training program, the requirements for 
which are: 

(a) the school must be hcensed one full year prior 
to approval; 

(b) all work must be with an instructor licensed as 
an Instructor Trainer; 

(c) a proposed plan ofoperation must be submitted 
to the Division outlining the training schedule, 
including: 

(i) instruction in: 

( A ) using effective teaching methods, 
writing lesson plans, 
reviewing of Rules Governing 
the Licensing of Commercial 
Driver Training Schools and 
Instructors, 

using audio visual equipment and 
teaching aids, 

filling out fully and properly all 
commercial school forms, and 
(ii) listing names of Instructor Trainers to 

be employed for the training program. 



(B) 

(C) 



(D) 



(E 



Histoiy Note: Aullumty G.S. 20-321: 20-322: 20-323: 20- 

324: 

Ejf.Jul\2. 1979: 

Amended Eff. Aimtst I. 2000: Jiih I. 1994: December 1, 1993: 

November 1. 1991: April I. 1989. 

SECTION .0400 - MOTOR VEHICLES USED IN 
INSTRUCTION 

.0402 REGISTRATION: INSURANCE: INSPECTION 

(a) Each vehicle used by the school shall be registered as 
required by G.S. 20. and bear a current inspection certificate. 

(b) Each vehicle used by the school shall be insured by a 
company licensed to do business in North Carolina against 
liability in the amount of at least fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) 
because of injury to or destruction of property of others in any 
one accident, one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) because 
of bodily injury to or death of one person in any one accident, 
and three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) because of bodily 
injury to or death of two or more persons in any one accident. 
This insurance coverage shall be secured on an annual basis. In 
the event coverage for any vehicle used for driver instruction or 
training shall not be renewed, the school shall give written 
notice to the Division at least 1 days prior to the expiration date 
of the coverage. A certificate of insurance coverage shall be 
filed by the insurance underwriter with the Division. 
Cancellation shall be accomplished upon 15 days prior written 
notice to the Division by the insurance underwriter. 

(c) Each vehicle used by a school shall be listed and inspected 
in the manner prescribed by the Division of Motor Vehicle rules. 
In addition, each vehicle shall be inspected and approved by a 



representative of the Division before it is used. Each vehicle 
shall be inspected and approved by a representative of the 
Division annually and at any other reasonable time as indicated 
by the circumstances. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 20-321: 20-322: 20-323: 20- 

324: 

Eff. July 2. 1979: 

Amended Eff. Ausust L 200(): May I. 1987. 

SECTION .0800 - LICENSE REVOCATION OR 
SUSPENSION 

.0804 PROBATIONARY PERIOD 

If any school or instructor is found to be in violation of any 
provision of Article 14. G.S. 20 or any provision of these Rules 
the school or instructor may be placed on probation. The length 
of the probationary period may not exceed one year. The 
probationary period shall be determined by the Commissioner or 
the Commissioners authorized representative. The request by 
a school or an instructor for a hearing shall follow the same 
procedure as listed in Rule .0803 of this Section. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 20-321: 20-322: 20-323:20- 

325: 

Eff. Ausust 1. 2000. 



TITLE 21 OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING BOARDS 

CHAPTER 14 
BOARD OF COSMETIC ART EXAMINERS 

SUBCHAPTER 141 - OPERATIONS OF SCHOOLS OF 
COSMETIC ART 

SECTION .0100 - RECORD KEEPING 

.0104 WITHDRAWALS 

(a) When a student who is enrolled in a cosmetic art school 
withdraws from such school, whether by reason of transfer to 
another school, dismissal, suspension, voluntary disenrollment, 
or for any reason other than graduation, the cosmetic art school 
shall report the withdrawal to the Board within 30 working days. 

(b) Such report shall contain the following: 
(I) name of the student. 

Social Security number, 

the last day of attendance, 

the reason for withdrawal (if known), 

the hours completed at the time of withdrawal, and 

copy of all live model performances completed at the 

time of withdrawal. 



(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 
(6) 



Hi.ston' Note: Authority G.S. 88B-4: 88B-16: 

Eff. Felvuar\ I. 1976: 

Eff. August I. 1998: April 1. 1991: January I. 1989: April 1. 

1988: 



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Temporal-}- Amendment Eff. Janiiun 1. 1999: 
Amended Eff. Aiisnst 1, 2(100. 

.0107 REPORT OF ENROLLMENT 

(a) A cosmetic art schciol shall report cosmetology 
enrollments to the Board not later than 30 working days after a 
student enrolls in school. A cosmetic art school shall report 
manicurist and esthetician enrollments to the Board not later 
than 15 working days alter a student enrolls in school. It a 
student's enrollment is not reported within 30 working days for 
cosmetology and 15 working days for manicurist, the cosmetic 
art school shall file a copy of the student's daily time records 
when it reports the student's enrollment. 

(b) The school must report the enrollment of students prior to 
the student applying for the cosmetologist, manicurist, or 
esthetician examination and before any hours can be credited. 

Hismiy Note: Authority G.S. 88B-4: 88B-9: 

Ejf. Fehruan- I. 1976: 

Amended Eff. April I. 1991: Januan I. 1989: April 1. 1998: 

Temporan Amendment Eff. January 1, 1999: 

Amended Eff. August 1. 2000: April 1. 1999. 

SUBCHAPTER 14J - COSMETOLOCxY CURRICULUM 

SECTION .0200 - ADVANCED DEPARTMENT 

.0208 INTERNSHIPS 

Schools and selected cosmetic art shops desiring to implement 
an internship program will follow these requirements: 

( 1 ) Schools wishing to participate in an internship 
program must notify the Board of intent to implement 
a program before credit for an internship can be 
granted. Cosmetic art shops and student selection 
criteria must be submitted along with the notification. 

(2 ) Schools will report to the Board all cosmetic art shops 
contracted and students selected to participate in the 
program. 

(3) Internships may be arranged in various time frames 
but shall never exceed 10% of a student's training 
period. 

(4) Credit for an internship shall be granted upon 
submission of student hours verification based on a 
daily attendance record. Hours must he recorded on a 
form appro\ed by the school. 

(5) Students may be assigned a variety of duties, but 
client services are restricted. Cosmetology students 
may only provide shampoo services. Esthetician and 
manicuring students shall not perform any direct 
client services. Cosmetic art shop violation of 
restrictions or school requirements may result in the 
termination of the internship contract and the possible 
loss of student training hours. 

(6) Students must follow all cosmetic art shop employee 
rules and regulations. Violations of cosmetic art shop 
rules or any misconduct ma\ result in dismissal of the 
intern or loss of trainini: hours. 



(7) A licensed teacher need not be in attendance during 
this internship. 

(8) Students participating in the program shall not receive 
compensation for duties performed in the cosmetic art 
shop. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 88B-4: 
Adopted Eff. August 1. 2000: 
Temporary Adoption Eff. Januan 1. 1999: 
Eff. August I. 2000. 

SECTION .0500 - CREDIT FOR COSMETOLOGY 
STUDY OUTSIDE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

.0501 APPROVAL OF CREDIT FOR 
COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTION/ANOTHER 
STATE 

(a) An applicant may receive credit for instruction taken in 
another state if the conditions set forth in the Rule are met. 

(b) The applicant's record shall be certified by the state 
agency or department that issues licenses to practice in the 
cosmetic arts. If the agency or department does not maintain any 
student records or if the state does not give license to practice in 
the cosmetic arts, then the records may be certified by any state 
department or state agency that does maintain such records and 
is willing to certifs their accuracy. If no state department or 
board will certify the accuracy of the student's records, then the 
Board shall review the student's records on a case-by-case basis. 

(c ) If the requirements of Paragraph ( b ) of the Rule are met. 
then the Board will give credit for hours of course work and for 
mannequin and live model performances to the extent certified, 
up to the amount of credit that the student would receive for 
instruction in a school licensed by the Board. If the certification 
includes only total hours and does not specify what 
performances ha\'e been completed, the Board will not give any 
credit for performances completed as part of the out-of-state 
instruction. 

Histon- Note: Authority G.S. 88B-12: 88B-13: 

Eff. March 2. 1992: 

Amended Eff. August L 2000: August 1. 1998: June 1. 1994. 

SUBCHAPTER 14L - COSMETIC ART TEACHERS 

SECTION .0100 - TEACHER QUALIFICATIONS AND 
EXAMINATIONS 

.0101 QUALIFICATIONS - COSMETOLOGIST 
TEACHERS 

Histon- Note: Authority G.S. 88-2.^: 

Eff. Fehruan- 1. 1976: 

Amended Eff. August I. 1998: May 1. 1991. August 1. 1989: 

May 1. 1988: 

Repealed Eff. August 1. 2000. 

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SECTION .0100 - GENERAL PROVISIONS 

.0113 RE-EXAMINATION 

(a) If. upon application for re-examination, tiie applicant has 
taken and passed one section of an examination, he or she shall 
apply for re-examination only on the section of the examination 
which he or she did not pass. 

tb) Applicants for re-examination must apply for re- 
examination in writing and pay the appropriate examination fee. 

(c) Upon written request by any candidate, the Board shall 
release a summary of the results of each category of the practical 
section of the most recent examination to the school in which the 
candidate is enrolled for the additional study, pursuant to G.S. 
88B-I8(d). 

(d) The school in which the student has enrolled pursuant to 
G.S. 888- 18(d) shall design a course of study for that student m 
order to correct the student's deficiencies. 

(e) A candidate for licensure as an apprentice cosmetologist 
who: 

( 1 ) passes the examination with a score of 75 percent or 
more on both sections; and 

(2) subsequently completes an additional 300 hours 
within one year of the examination date may be 
licensed as a cosmetologist under G.S. 88B-7 without 
retaking the examination. 

Histor\ Note: Authority G.S. 88B-4: 8SB-18: 
Eff. June I. 1992: 

Amended Eff. Augu.st I. 1998: June I. 1993: 
Temponny Amendment Eff. January I. 1999; 
Amended Eff. Augu.st 1. 2000. 

SUBCHAPTER 140 - ESTHETICIAN CURRICULUM 

SECTION .0100 - ESTHETICIAN CURRICULUM 

.0101 UNIFORMS 

All students in training as an esthetician shall wear a clean, 
white, clothing, nametag identifying academic status, and clean, 
solid white shoes. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 88B-4: 
Temporaiy Adoption Eff. January I. 1999: 
Eff. Auiiust I. 2000. 



SECTION .0100 - ESTHETICIAN LICENSE 

.0105 RENEWALS; EXPIRED LICENSES; LICENSES 
REQUIRED: 

(a) The presumptive civil penalty for operating a cosmetic art 
shop with an expired license is: 

(1) r' offense warning ($100.00) 

(2) 2"'' offense $250.00 



(3) 3" offense 



$500.00 



(b) The presumptive civil penalty for practicing cosmetology, 
manicuring, or esthetics with an expired license is: 

(1) r' offense warning ($100.00) 

(2) 2"' offense $250.00 

(3) 3"^ offense $500.00 

HistonNote: Autlwrity G.S 88B-4: 88B-21: 88B-23(a): 88B- 

24: 88B-29: 

Temporaiy Adoption Eff. Januaiy 1. 1999: 

Eff. August /. 2000. 

.0111 ESTABLISHMENT OF COSMETIC ART 
SCHOOLS 

(a) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to provide 
minimum floor space or equipment and supplies as required by 
Subchapters 141 and I4J is: 

(1) r' offense $200.00 

(2) 2"' offense $350.00 

(3) 3'%->ffense $500.00 

(b) The presumptive civil penally for failure to provide 
instruction at a ratio of one teacher for every 20 students is: 

(1) r' offense warning ($100.00) 

(2) 2"%ffense $250.00 

(3) 3" offense $500.00 

(c) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to report a 
change in the teaching staff is: 

(I) r' offense warning ($50.00) 

(2 1 2"%ffense $100.00 

(3) 3'^^ offense $200.00 

(d) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to submit an 
application for the approval of a school in the case of a change 
of location or ov. nership is: 

(1) r' offense $100.00 

(2) 2"' offense $200.00 



(3) 3'' offense 



$500.00 



.0104 SERVICES PERFORMED 

No student enrolled in a course for esthetics only, shall 
perform any service of cosmetic art except those directly related 
to the prescribed course in esthetics unless otherwise licensed to 
do so. 

Histor\- Note: Authority G.S. 88B-4: 
Temporaiy Adoption Eff. Januaiy 1. 1999: 
Eff. Augu-st 1. 2000. 

SUBCHAPTER 14P - ESTHETICIAN LICENSE 



Histon' Note: Authority G.S. 88B-4I2): 88B-16: 88B-29: 
Temporaiy Adoption Eff. Januaiy 1. 1999: 
Eff. Augu.st 1. 200(1. 

.0112 SANITARY RATINGS AND POSTING OF 
RATINGS - APPLICABLE TO 
ESTABLISHMENTS WITH A SANITATION 
GRADE OF LESS THAN 80% 

(a) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to display an 
inspection grade card is: 

. (1) 1^' offense warning ($50.00) 

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(3) 3"' offense $200.00 

(h) The presumptive civil penalty for non-working toilet 
facilities is: 

( 1 ) r' offense warning ($50.00) 

(2)2"%iffense $100.00 

(3) 3"' offense $200.00 

(c) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to maintain 
equipment, furnishings and floor coverings is: 

( 1 ) r' offense warning ($25.00) 
(2)2"\iffense $50.00 

(3)3'' offense $100.00 

(d) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to provide hot 
and cold running water is: 

(DP' offense warning ( $50.00) 

(2) 2'"' offense $100.00 

(3) 3'' offense $200.00 

(e) TTie presumptive civil penalty for keeping any animal or 
bird a cosmetic art shop or school is: (Trained animals 
accompanying sightless or hearing impaired persons are exempt ) 

( 1 ) r' offense warning ($25.00) 

(2)2''%ffense $50.00 

(3) 3'^ offense $100.00 

(f) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to have students 
wear clean, white clothing is: 

( 1 ) r' offense warning ($50.00) 

(2) 2"' offense $100.00 
(3)3'%ffense $200.00 

(g) The presumptive civil penalty for failure of operators in 
cosmetic art shops to wear clean outer gamients with sleeves is: 

( I ) r' offense warning ($50.00) 

(2)2"%ffense $100.00 

(3)3'%ffense $200.00 

(h) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to store used or 
clean towels, or failure to launder used towels is: 
(I) r' offense warnmg ($50.00) 

(2)2"%ffense $100.00 

(3) 3'' offense $200.00 

(i) TTie presumptive civil penalty for failure to dispose of 
supplies or instruments which come in direct contact with a 
patron and which cannot be disinfected is; 

( I ) ]-' offense warning ($50.00) 

(2)2"''offen,se $100.0(1 

(3) 3" offense $200.00 

(j) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to disinfect non- 
electrical instruments and equipment is: 

( 1 ) r' offense warning ($50.00) 

(2) 2"' offense $100.00 

(3) 3'' offense $200.00 

(k) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to store and label 
creams, powders, and other cosmetic preparations is: 

( 1 ) r" offense warning ( $25,00) 

(2) 2"' offense $50.00 

(3) 3" offense $100.00 

( I ) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to have necessary 
first aid equipment on hand is: 

( 1 ) r' offense warning ($25.00) 

(212"' offense $50.00 



(3) 3'' offense $100.00 

(m) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to provide 
necessary lighting or ventilation, unsanitary ci)nditions is: 

( 1 ) r' offense warning ($50.00) 

(2) 2"' offen.se $100.00 

(3) 3'' offense $200.00 

(n) The presumptive civil penalty for windows and doors not 
effectively screened is: 

( 1 ) r' offense warning ($50.00) 

(2) 2'" offense $100.00 

(3) 3" offense $200.00 

(o) The presumptive civil penalty for trash containers not 
covered is: 

( 1 ) 1- offense warning ($25.00) 

(2) 2"' offense $50.00 

(3) 3'' offense $100.00 

(p) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to use EPA 
approved disinfectant is: 

(DP' offense $50.00 

(2) 2"' offen.se $100.00 

(3) 3'''' offense $200.00 

(q) The presumptive civil penalty for failure to maintain a 
sanitary establishment (80% rating or better) is: 

( 1 ) 1" offense warning ($25,00) 

(2) 2"' offense $50.00 

(3) 3'' offense $100.00 

Hisloi-^ Now: Aurhority G.S. 88B-4: 88B-29; 
Temponiiy Adoption Eff. January /, 1999. 
Eft: Aiwist I. 21100. 

.0114 COSMETOLOGY CURRICULUM 

(a) The presumptive civil penalty for a school allowing 
cosmetology students with less than 300 hours credit to work on 
the public. (Shampoo and scalp manipulations are exempt) is: 

(1) r'offen,se $100.00 

(2) 2"' offense $200.00 

(3) 3'' offense $300.00 

(b) The presumptive civil penalty for a school for tnanicurist 
students with less than 16 hours credit working on the public is: 

(1) l"' offense $100.00 

(2) 2"'' offense $200.00 

(3) 3'' offense $300.00 

(c) The presumptive civil penalty for a school for esthetician 
students with less than 60 hours credit working on the public is: 

(DP' offense $100.00 

(2) 2"' offense $200.00 

(3) 3'" offense $300.00 

Histon- Now: Authority G.S. 88B-4: 888-29: 
Temporan Adoption Eff. January 1.1999. 
Eff. A/ft.'/<.s7 y, 2000. 



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CIVIL PENALTY PROCEDURES 



14:9 



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721 



APPROVED RULES 



(a) Citations. Tlie Board, through its duly authorized 
representatives, shall issue a citation with respect to any 
violation tor which a civil penalty may be assessed. Each 
citation shall be in writing and shall describe the nature of the 
violation, including a reference to the specific provision alleged 
to have been violated. The civil penalty, if any. .shall attach at the 
time the citation is written. The citation shall include an order to 
correct any condition or violation which lends itself to 
corrections, as determined by the Board. 

(b) Correction of Violation. Any licensee who has been 
issued a warning citation must present written proof satisfactory 
to the Board, or its executive director, that the violation has been 
corrected. This provision applies only to a licensee's first 
violation in any one year period for a violation with a 1st offense 
warning penalty. Proof of correction shall be presented to the 
Board, through its executive director, within 30 days of the date 
the warning citation was issued. The Board may. in its 
discretion, extend for a reasonable period, the time within which 
to correct the warning citation in case of a death or 
hospitalization. Notices of correction filed after the prescribed 
date shall not be acceptable and the civil penalty shall be paid. 

(c) Contested Case. Persons to whom a notice of violation or 
a citation is issued and a ci\'il penalty assessed, may contest the 
civil penalty by filing written notice with the Board. The Board 
shall institute a contested case by sending a notice of hearing 
pursuant to G S. 150B. Article .^A. The issuance of notice of 
hearing shall stay the civil penalty until the Board renders a final 
agency decision in the contested case. 

(d) Final Agency Decision. The Board, after the hearing has 
been concluded, may affirm, reduce, or dismiss the charges filed 
in the notice of hearing or any penalties assessed. In no event 
shall the civil penalty be increased. 

(e) Failure to File. If no written notice contesting the civil 
penalty is filed as set forth in Paragraph (c). the civil penalty 
becomes a final agency decision. 

Histon- Note: Aitthonn G.S. 88B-4: 88B-29: 
Temporary Adoption Eff. Janiian J. 1999: 



Eff. Atmist I. 2000. 

CHAPTER 46 BOARD OF PHARMACY 

SECTION .1800 - PRESCRIPTIONS 

.1815 EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTION REFILL DUE 
TO INTERRUPTION OF MEDICAL SERVICES 

In the event a pharmacist or device and medical equipment 
permit holder receives a request for a prescription refill and the 
pharmacist or permit holder is unable to readily obtain refill 
authorization from the prescriber because of the prescriber's 
inability to provide medical services to the patient, the 
pharmacist or permit holder may dispense a one-time emergency 
supply of up to 90 days of the prescribed medication, provided 
that: 

( 1 ) The prescription is not for a Schedule II controlled 
substance; 

( 2 ) The medication is essential to the maintenance of life 
or to the continuation of therapy in a chronic 
condition: 

O) In the pharmacist's or permit holder's professional 
judgment, the interruption of therapy might 
reasonably produce undesirable health consequences; 

(4) The dispensing pharmacist or permit holder creates a 
written order entered in the pharmacy's automated 
data processing system containing all of the 
prescription information required by Section .2300 of 
these Rules and signs that order: 

(5) The dispensing pharmacist or permit holder notifies, 
or makes a good faith attempt to notify, the prescriber 
or the prescriber's office of the emergency dispensing 
within 72 hours after such dispensing. 

Histor\ Note: Authority G.S. 90-85.6: 90-85.32: 
Temporary Adoption Eff. October 29, 1998; 
Eff. Aui:u.st I. 2000. 



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November 7. 1999 



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RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



1 his Section contains the agenda tor the next meeting of the Rules Reviev\ Commission on Wednesday. No\emher 17. 1999. 
10:00 a.m. . at 1307 Glenwood Ave., Assembly Room, Raleigh. NC. Anyone wishing to submit written comment on any rule 
betbre the Commission should submit those comments to the RRC staff, the agency, and the individual Commissioners by 
Friday. Ncnember 12. 1999. at 5:00 p.m. .Specific instructions and addresses may be obtained from the Rules Review 
Commission at 919-733-2721 . Anyone wishing to address the Commission should notify the RRC staff and the agency at 
least 24 hours prioi to the meeting. 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEMBERS 



Appointed by Senate 

Teresa L. Smallwood. Vice Chairman 
John Arrowood 

Laura Devan 

Jim Funderburke 

David Twiddy 



.Appointed by House 

Paul Powell, Chairman 

Walter Fulch 

Jennie J. Hayman 

George Robinson 

R. Palmer Susg 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEETING DATES 



November 17. 1999 
December 16, 1999 
January 20. 2000 



February 17.2000 
March 16,2000 
April 13.2000 



LOG OF FILINGS 
RULES SUBMITTED: SEPTEMBER 20. 1999 THROUGH OCTOBER 20. 1999 



agency/division 



RULE NAME 



DEPARTMENT OF/BOARD OF AGRICULTURE 

Importation Requirements: Swine 
Brucellosis Requirements for Sale of Cattle 
Certificates: Cattle and Swine Removed 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE/BANKING COMMISSION 

Definitions 

Filings 

Application for Licensure 

Fees 

Issuance 

Nontransferability of License 

Annual Renewal of License 

Posting of License 

Surrender of License 

Posting of Fees 

Cash-Out Transactions 

Limitation on Delayed Deposit Check Cashing 

Books and Records 

Examinations; Inxestigations 

Amendments to Information on File 

Expansion or Relocation 

Impairment of Financial Requirements 

Report of Information to Commissioner 

Enforcement Actions 



RILE CITATION 




ACTION 


2 NCAC 52B .0207 


Amend 


2 NCAC 52B .0302 


Amend 


2 NCAC 52E .0209 


Amend 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0101 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0102 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0201 


Adopt 


4 NC.^C3L 


.0202 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0301 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0302 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0303 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0401 


Adopt 


4 NCAC3L 


.0402 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0403 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0404 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0405 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0501 


Adopt 


4 NCAC3L 


.0502 


Adopt 


4 NCAC3L 


.0601 


Adtipt 


4 NCAC3L 


.0602 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0603 


Adopt 


4 NCAC 3L 


.0604 


.Adopt 


4 NCAC3L 


.0701 


Adopt 



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November L 1999 



723 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



DHHS/DIVISION OF FACILITY SERVICES 

Definitions 

Required Performance Standards 

Definitions 

Inlormation Required of Applicant 

Required Performance Standards 

Definitions 

Information Required of Applicant 

Required Performance Standards 

Definitions 

Definitions 

Required Performance Standards 

Required Performance Standards 

Applicability of Rules Related to 1999 State Plan 

Certificate of Need Review Categories 

Certificate of Need Review Schedule 

Multi-County Groupings 

Service Areas and Planning Areas 

Reallocations and Adjustments 

Acute Care Bed Need Determination 

Rehabilitation Bed Need Determination 

Ambulatory Surgical Facilities Need Determination 

Open-Heart Surgery Services 

Heart-Lung Bypass Machines 

Fixed Cardiac Catheterization Equipment 

Mobile Cardiac Catheterization Equipment 

Burn Intensive Care Services Need Determination 

Positron Emission Tomography Scanners Need Deter 

Bone Marrow Transplantation Services Need Deter 

Solid Organ Transplantation Services Need 

Gamma Knife Need Determination 

Lithotripter Need Determination 

Radiation Oncology Treatment Centers Need 

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Scanners Need 

Nursing Care Bed Need Determination 

Home Health Agency Office Need Determination 

Dialysis Station Need Determination 

Hospice Need Determination 

Hospice Inpatient Facility Bed Need 

Psychiatric Bed Need Determination 

Chemical Dependency Treatment Bed Need 

Intermediate Care Beds for Mentally Retarded 

Policies for General Acute Care Hospitals 

Policies for Inpatient Rehabilitation Services 

Policy for Ambulatory Surgical Facilities 

Policy for Provision of Hospital-Based Care 

Policy for Nursing Care Beds 

Policy for Determination of Need 

Policy for Relocation of Certain Nursing Beds 

Policy for Home Health Services 

Policy for End-Stage Renal Disease Dialysis 

Policies for Psychiatric Inpatient Facilities 

Policy for Chemical Dependency Treatment 

Policies for Intermediate Care Facilities 

Definitions 

Policies and Procedures 

Certification Required 



10NCAC3R 


.1613 


Amend 


I0NCAC3R 


.1615 


Amend 


10NCAC3R 


.1713 


Amend 


I0NCAC3R 


.1714 


Amend 


I0NCAC3R 


.1715 


Amend 


10NCAC3R 


.1912 


Amend 


10NCAC3R 


.1913 


Amend 


10NCAC3R 


.1914 


Amend 


10NCAC3R 


.2113 


Amend 


10NCAC3R 


.2713 


Amend 


I0NCAC3R 


.2715 


Amend 


10NCAC3R 


.4203 


Amend 


10NCAC3R 


.6201 


Adopt 


I0NCAC3R 


.6202 


Adopt 


I0NCAC3R 


.6203 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6204 


Adopt 


I0NCAC3R 


.6205 


Adopt 


I0NCAC3R 


.6206 


Adopt 


I0NCAC3R 


.6207 


Adopt 


I0NCAC3R 


.6208 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6209 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6210 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6211 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6212 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6213 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6214 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6215 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6216 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6217 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6218 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6219 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6220 


Adopt 


I0NCAC3R 


.6221 


Adopt 


I0NCAC3R 


.6222 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6223 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6224 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6225 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6226 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6227 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6228 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6229 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6230 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6231 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6232 


Adopt 


I0NCAC3R 


.6233 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6234 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6235 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6236 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6237 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6238 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6239 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6240 


Adopt 


10NCAC3R 


.6241 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S 


0108 


Repeal 


10NCAC3S 


0109 


Repeal 


10NCAC3S 


0207 


Repeal 



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November 7, 1999 



14:9 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



Types of Certification 


10NCAC3S.0208 


Repeal 


Application 


10NCAC3S .0209 


Repeal 


Inspection 


10NCAC3S.02IO 


Repeal 


Review Team: Review Process 


10NCAC3S.02I1 


Repeal 


Adverse Action 


10NCAC3S.02I3 


Repeal 


Procedure tor Appeal 


10NCAC3S.02I4 


Repeal 


Composition of Staff 


10NCAC3S.0307 


Repeal 


Minimal Education Standards 


10NCAC3S.0308 


Repeal 


Admission Criteria 


10NCAC3S .0407 


Repeal 


Patient Assessment 


10NCAC3S .0408 


Repeal 


Team Coordination and Staffings 


10NCAC3S .0506 


Repeal 


Cardiac Therapy 


I0NCAC3S .0507 


Repeal 


Diet Therapy 


10NCAC3S .0508 


Repeal 


Psychological Ser\ices 


10NCAC3S.0509 


Repeal 


Vocational Rehabilitation Counselmg and Services 


10NCAC3S .0510 


Repeal 


Review 


10NCAC3S .0511 


Repeal 


Progress Evaluation and Follow-Up Procedures 


10NCAC3S .0614 


Repeal 


Medical Follow-Up 


10NCAC3S .0615 


Repeal 


Cardiac Therapy Follow-Up 


10NCAC3S .0616 


Repeal 


Dietary Follow-Up 


10NCAC3S .0617 


Repeal 


Psychological Follow-Up 


10NCAC3S .0618 


Repeal 


Vocational Rehabilitation Follow-Up 


]0NCAC3S.()619 


Repeal 


Criteria for Discharge 


10NCAC3S.()706 


Repeal 


Discharge Plan 


10NCAC3S .0707 


Repeal 


Policies and Procedures 


10NCAC3S.0806 


Repeal 


Record Review Consent 


10NCAC3S.0807 


Repeal 


Content oi Medical Record 


10NCAC3S.()808 


Repeal 


Emergency Plan 


10NCAC3S.0901 


Repeal 


Emergency Equipment 


10NCAC3S.0902 


Repeal 


Personnel 


10NCAC3S.0903 


Repeal 


Emergency Drills 


10NCAC3S.0904 


Repeal 


Program Requirements 


10NCAC3S.1001 


Repeal 


Graded Exercise Testing Laboratory Evaluation 


10NCAC3S.1002 


Repeal 


Cardiac Therapy 


10NCAC3S.1003 


Repeal 


Dietary Program 


10NCAC3S.1004 


Repeal 


Psychological Program 


10NCAC3S.1005 


Repeal 


Vocational Rehabilitation Program 


10NCAC3S.1006 


Repeal 


Definitions 


10NCAC3S.I101 


Adopt 


Certification Required 


10NCAC3S.1201 


Adopt 


Certification Process 


10NCAC3S.1202 


Adopt 


Certificate Renewal 


10NCAC3S.I203 


Adopt 


Certification Following Program Changes 


10NCAC3S.I204 


Adopt 


Inspections 


10NCAC3S.1205 


Adopt 


Adverse Action 


10NCAC3S.1206 


Adopt 


Procedure for Appeal 


10NCAC3S.I207 


Adopt 


Staff Requirements and Responsibilities 


10NCAC3S.I30I 


Adopt 


Policies and Procedures 


10NCAC3S.1302 


Adopt 


Continuous Quality Improvement 


10NCAC3S.I303 


Adopt 


Patient Rights 


10NCAC3S.1401 


Adopt 


Admission and Discharge 


10NCAC3S.I501 


Adopt 


Patient Assessment 


10NCAC3S.I601 


Adopt 


Care Planning 


10NCAC3S.1701 


Adopt 


Follow-up Evaluation 


10NCAC3S.I702 


Adopt 


Personnel 


10NCAC3S.I801 


Adopt 


Exercise Therapy 


10NCAC3S.1802 


Adopt 


Nutrition Services 


10NCAC3S.1803 


Adopt 


Mental Health Services 


10NCAC3S.1804 


Adopt 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



November I, 1999 



725 



RVLES REVIEW COMMISSION 



Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling and Services 

Patient Education 

Emergency Plan 

Emergency Equipment 

Emergency Drills 

Medical Records - Policies and Procedures 

Content of Medical Records 

Physical Environment and Equipment 

Graded Exercise Testing Laboratory 

Exercise Therapy 

Nutrition Services 

Mental Health Services 

Vocational Rehabilitation Services 
DHHS/COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND 

Secretary's Review & Final Decision 

Civil Action 
DHHS/COMMISSION FOR MH/DD/SAS 

Schedule IV 
DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

Viatical Settlement Providers 
DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

Collateral Security Returned 

Continuing Education 
DENR/ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMMISSION 

New Source Performance Standards 

Control of Emissions from Abrasive Blasting 

Definitions 

Control of Odors from Animal Operations 

Best Management Plans for Animal Operations 

Reporting Requirements for Animal Operations 

Activities Exempted froin Permit Requirements 
DENR/MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION 

Fishery Resource Grant Program 
DENR/COMMISSION FOR HEALTH SERVICES 

General 

Definitions 

Birth Defects Advisory Committee 

Surveillance of Birth Defects 

Confidentiality 

Release of Monitoring Program Information 
STATE BOARDS/N C ACUPUNCTURE LICENSING BOARD 

Qualifications for Licensure 
STATE BOARDS/N C LICENSING BOARD FOR GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Increase in Limitation 
STATE BOARDS/N C BOARD OF NURSING 

Reexamination 
STATE BOARDS/N C BOARD OF PHARMACY 

Absence of Pharmacist 

Prerequisites for Disease State Management Exam 
STATE BOARDS/N C PSYCHOLOGY BOARD 

HSP-P Requirements 

HSP-PA Requirements 
OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

Contested Case Hearint: 



10NCAC3S.I805 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S.1806 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S.1901 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S.1902 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S.1903 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S.2001 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S.2002 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S.2101 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S.2I02 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S .2103 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S.2104 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S.2105 


Adopt 


10NCAC3S .2106 


Adopt 


lONCAC 19G.0823 


Amend 


lONCAC 19G.0827 


Amend 


10NCAC45.0205 


Amend 


IINCAC 12.1702 


Amend 


IINCAC 13.0514 


Repeal 


IINCAC 13,0518 


Repeal 


15NCAC2D.0524 


Amend 


15NCAC2D.054I 


Adopt 


15NCAC2D.1801 


Adopt 


15NCAC2D.1802 


Adopt 


1 5 NC AC 2D. 1803 


Adopt 


1 5 NC AC 2D. 1804 


Adopt 


15NCAC2Q.0102 


Amend 


15NCAC3I .0117 


Repeal 


I5NCAC26C .0101 


Adopt 


15NCAC26C.0I02 


Adopt 


15NCAC26C.0103 


Adopt 


15NCAC26C.0104 


Adopt 


15NCAC26C.0105 


Adopt 


15NCAC26C.0106 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 1 .0101 


Amend 


2 1 NCAC 1 2 .0504 


Amend 


21 NCAC 36 .02 13 


Amend 


21 NCAC 46. 1413 


Amend 


21 NCAC 46. 1508 


Adopt 


21 NCAC 54 .2704 


Amend 


21 NCAC 54 .2706 


Amend 


26 NCAC 4 .0108 


Amend 



726 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



November 1, 1999 



14:9 



RILES REVIEW COMMISSION 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 

September 30, 1999 
MINUTES 

The Rules Review Commission met on September 30, 1949. in the Assembly Room ot the Methodist Building. 1307 Glenwood 
A\enue. Raleigh. North Carolina. Commissioners in attendance were Chairman Paul Powell, Teresa Smallwood. Jennie J. Hayman. 
Walter Futch, Jim Funderburk. John AiTowood, Laura Devan. David R. Twiddy, and George Robinson. 

Staff members present were: Joseph J. DeLuca. Staff Director; Bobby Bryan. Rules Review Specialist; and Sandy Webster. 



The following people attended: 
Harry Wilson 
Dedra .Alston 
Marge Howell 
Harry Payne 
Becky Brown 
Bob Andrews 
Kevin Beauregard 
Tom Hayes 
Angela S. Waldorf 
Joy Mayo 
Cleo A. Saulter 
Linda Taylor 
Barbara Laymon 
Michael E. Lynch 
Glenn Jeranes 
White Watkins 
Tom West 
Steve Steinbeck 
Glenn Cutler 
Sabrina Lamar 
R. Todd Brown 
Jennie W. Mau 
Dr. Ada M. Fisher 
Tim H. Childers 
Lisa Thompson 
Amy Fullbright 
Rt)bin Pendergralt 
Thomas Allen 
Butch Gunnells 
Stephen W. Marshall 
Francis M. Nevils 
Libby Manly 
Lori Khamala 
Shirley Bullard 
David Hance 
Greg Malhoit 
Hazel Chavis 
Bettie Ragland 
Jay Ger\'asi 
Tom 0"Connor 
James Sanders 
Leslie Bevacqua 
Fran E. Preston 
Kathleen S. Glancy 
J L Holliday 



State Board of Education 

DENR 

LABOR 

LABOR 

LABOR 

LABOR 

LABOR 

LABOR 

LABOR 

Womble Carlyle 

AFGW Union #1028 

AFGW Union #1028 

DHHS/DPHAVCH 

TWU 569 

TWU 569 

AFMA 

Poyner and Spruill 

DENR/OSWS 

Office of the Chief Medical Examiner 

Duke University 

CSX Transportation 

Attorney General 

Rowan County School Board 

LABOR 

JUSTICE/Criminal Justice Standards 

Hunton & Williams 

Attorney General 

DENR/DAQ 

N C Soft Drink Association 

University of North Carolina 

DENR/DLR/LQS 

SAF 

SAF 

DHHS/CHS 

DENR/DWQ/GWS 

N C Justice & Community Development Center 

CAT 

CAT 

Donaldson and Black 

NCOSH Project 

NCOSH Project 

N C Citizens for Business & Industry 

N C Retail Merchants Association 

Attorney 

DHHS/DPH/CDC 



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Russell Herman Citizen 

Scotty Jordan Pace Local 2-0425 

Aiyce Gowdy Wright NCOSH 

Liz Sessoms CWEA 

Mary Granger CWEA 

Marilyen Gilliam CWEA 

Steve Smith Lawyer 

William Plyler Lawyer 

Molly Masich OAH 

William H. Potter. Jr. N C Dental Society 

Y H Patt Attorney 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES 

The meeting was called to order at 10:01 a.m. with Chairman Powell presiding. He asked for any discussion, comments, or 
corrections concerning the minutes of the August 19, 1999 meeting. There being none, the minutes were approved. 

FOLLOW-UP MATTERS 

12 NCAC 9A .010.^: JUSTICE/Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission - The amended rule submitted by the 
agency was approved by the Commission. 

12 NCAC9B .0106; JUSTICE/Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission -The amended rule submitted by the 
agency was approved by the Commission. 

12 NCAC 9B .0107, .01 13, .0201 . .0202. .020.3. .0204. .0205. .0206. .0226. .0227. .0228. .02.^2. .0233 and .0305: JUSTICE/Criminal 
Justice Education & Training Standards Commission - Rules .0107 and .01 13 were approved by the Commission. The rewritten 
rules submitted by the agency for .0201. 0202. .0203. .0204. .0205. .0206. .0226. .0227. .0228. .0232. .0233. and .0305 were 
approved by the Commission. 

1 2 NCAC 9C .02 1 1 . .02 1 2. and .02 1 3: JUSTICE/Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission - The rewritten rules 
submitted by the agency were approved by the Commission. 

12 NCAC lOB .0103, .0502, and .0601 : JUSTICE/Sheriffs" Education & Training Standards - The Commission has not yet met and 
thus there was no action taken on these rules. 

I5A NCAC 7H .1805: DENR/Coastal Resources Commission - The rewritten rule submitted by the agency was approved by the 
Commission. 

I5A NCAC 27 .01 10, .0201, .0301, .0410. .0420. .0430. .0701, .0810, .0820, and .0840: DENR/Well Contractors' Certification 
Commission - The rewritten rules submitted by the agency were approved by the Commission with the exception of .0701 which 
was withdrawn by the agency. 

LOG OF FILINGS 

Chairman Powell presided over the review of the log and all rules were approved with the following exceptions: 
LOG #156 -RULES FILED JULY 20 -AUGUST 20, 1999 

1 3 NCAC 7F .060 1 , .0603, .0605, and .0606: DEPARTMENT OF LABOR - The Commission objected to these rules due to lack 
of statutory authority. Each of these rules has a stated effective date of January 1, 2001. Session law 1999-395, Section 19.1(a) 
prohibits the Department from using, encumbering, or committing any funds from the 1999-2000 or 2000-2001 fiscal years 
appropriation to implement or enforce an ergonomics standard. There is therefore ni) authority for these rules to become effective 
before July I, 2001. Commissioner Twiddy voted not to object. Commissioner Hayman recused herself from all Department of 
Labor rules. 

13 NCAC 7F .0602; DEPARTMENT OF LABOR - The Commission objected to this rule due to ambiguity and lack of statutory 



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authority tor the effective dale. In .0602(2) it is not clear what is meant by "awl<ward" objects or "extended" reaching. Commissioners 
Twiddy. Fulch. and Smaiiwood voted not lo object. 

1.^ NCAC 7F .0604: DEPARTMENT OF LABOR - The Commission objected to this rule due lo ambiguity and lack of statutory 
authority tor the effectixe date. In .0604(bl it is not clear what is meant h\ "reduce. ..the employee "s exposure." "maximum extent 
practicable," and "economically and technologically reasonable and feasible." Commissioner Smaiiwood voted not lo object. 

16 NCAC 6D .050.^: STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION - The Commission objected to this rule due to lack of statutory authority. 
The provision in .0503(b)(4) authorizing the Stale Board of Education to allow enrollment in post secondary institutions in excess 
of five percent of a high school's enrollment is a waiver provision without specific guidelines as required by G.S. 150B-I9(6). 
Commissioner Devan voted against the motion. 

16 NCAC 6D .0504: STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION - The Commission objected to this rule due to ainbiguity. In (b)(5) it is 
not clear what is meant by "upper elementary levels." Commissioner Devan voted against the motion. 

21 NCAC 20 .0120: N C BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR FORESTERS - The Commission objected to this rule due lo lack 
of statutory authority. There is no authority cited for the Board to appro\e a forester practicing as a consulting forester. TTie only 
authority is for the Board to receive affidaxils. There is also no authority for the Board to set additional requirements as (b) does. 

24 NCAC IH .0103: NC HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY - This rule was withdrawn by the agency. 

Log #157 - RULES FILED AUGUST 20 - SEPTEMBER 20. 1999 

15A NCAC 16A .1 104: DHHS/Commission for Health Services - The Commission fell thai the rule may accurately retlect the 
agency' srequiremenls. but that the language could be more well written. It instructed the agency and staff to review and rewrite the 
rule as needed. 

15A NCAC 19A .0502: DHHS/Commission for Health Services - Tlie Commission objected lo the original rule due lo lack of 
statutory authority. There is no authority lo add to the requirements listed in (c) without going through ruleinaking. This is precisely 
what the agency wants lo do. i.e. add "eligibility requirements ' lo the provider's agreement without rulemaking. The rewritten rule 
submitted by the agency was approved b\ the Commission. 

16 NCAC 6H .01 10: STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION - The Commission objected lo this rule due lo ambiguity. It is not clear 
what standards the State Board of Education will use in approving hearing officers. 

25 NCAC IB .0354: STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION - This rule was withdrawn by the agency. 

25 NCAC 1 B .0437: STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION - The Commission objected to this rule due to lack of statutory authority. 
The provisions in (b) and (h) allowing the Commission lo extend the time limits for presentations is a wai\er provision without ihe 
specific guidelines required by G.S. 150B-19(6). The provisions in (c), (d). (e). and (h). allowing the Commission to extend the lime 
lo file documents for "good cause shown" is also a waiver provision without specific guidelines. 

25 NCAC 1 H .0605: STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION - The Commission objected to this rule due to ambiguity. In (d). it is 
not clear if the term "immediate family" includes others li\ ing in the same household or others. 

25 NCAC 1 H .0606: STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION - The Coinmission objected to this rule due lo lack of statutory authority 
and ambiguity. In (d), there is no authority to require agencies to develop a plan according to guidelines that have not been adopted 
as rules. It is also not clear what standards the Commission will use in approving the Plans. There is no authority lo require agencies 
without approved plans lo follow a process in a plan not adopted as a rule. 

25 NCAC IJ .0512: STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION - This rule was withdrawn by the agency. 

COMMISSION PROCEDURES AND OTHER MATTERS 

The election of officers was postponed until next month. TTie November meeting was changed due to a CLE scheduled for the regular 
date and the April meeting was changed due to the return of the legislature. The November meeting will be held on the 1 7"' and ihe 
Apnl meeting on the 1 3"'. William Plyler stated that he had filed a molum lo dismiss the lawsuit but he expected that the court would 



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wail to see what happens to Senate Bill 960 belbre making a decision. He will keep the Commissioners apprised at all times. 

The next meeting will he on November 17. 1999. 

The meeting adjourned at 3:1 ^ p.m. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Sandy Webster 



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1 his Section contains the full text oj some oj the more significant Administrative Law Judge decisions along with an inde.\ 
to all recent contested cases decisions which are filed under North Carolina 's Administrative Procedure Act. Copies of the 
decisions listed in the index and not published are available upon request for a minimal charge by contacting the Office of 
Administrative Hearings, (919) 733-2698. AL'io, the Contested Case Decisions are available on the Internet at the following 
address: http://www. state. nc.us/OAH/hearings/decisio)i/caseindex. htm. 



OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

Chief Administrative Law Judge 

JULIAN MANN. Ill 

Senior Administrative Law Judge 
FRED G, MORRISON JR. 

ADMINISTRA TIVELA W JUDGES 



Sammie Chess Jr. 
Beecher R. Gray 
Melissa Owens 



Meg Scott Phipps 

Robert Roosevelt Reilly Jr. 

Beryl E. Wade 



AGENCY 

ADMIN ISTR.'^TION 

Bnttha\en. Inc \. Depanment ol Adminibtration 

and 
Pn\'a-Trends. Inc, 
Laidlaw Transit Sves. Inc. \ . Kalie G Dorsett. Sec'y/Dept/ Administration 9Q DO.A Oin2 

OFnCE OF ADMIN1STR,4TIVE HEARINGS 

Ted Murreii. Zam. Inc \. Ottict* of .Administrative Hearings 
Samuel Lee Ferguson \ Office i.ti Administratne Hearings 

AGRICULTURE 

Archie McLean \ Depanment of Agnculture 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL 

Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commussion v 
Alcoholic Bev. Control Comm v. Partnersh: 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission \ 
Delores Ann HoIIev v Alcoholic Beverage 



COMMISSION 

Keyiand. Inc .T/A Cloud <^ 
Food Lion, Inc.. Store #I3.'iI 
Stop I. Inc. T/A Stop 1 Grocery 
Beech Mountain Reson. Inc, 
ip T/A Memiaid Rest i: Lge 
Jaeson Nyung Kim 
Lillian Sarah Clary 
Mohammad Salim Pirani 
Control Commission 



CRIME CONTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 

Ray Anthony Breeding v, Cnme Control & Public Safety 
John Ray Webb v, Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Paul Richard Mull v, Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Bobby Mills v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
William Samuel McCraw v Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Anson D, Looney v, Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Elvin Williams, Jr. v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Michael Anthony Powell v, Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Mary Elizabeth Peoples Hogan v , Cnme Victims Compensanon Comm, 
Lemuel Ray Jenkins v, Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Annabell B, McConnick v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 



CASE 




NIMBER 


AL,I 


98DOA0811 


Chess 


9QDOA0in2 


Momson 


99 OAH 066."^ 


Chess 


99OAH07I8 


Chess 


98 DAG 1770 


Reilly 


98 ABC 1099 


Overbv 


98 ABC 1270 


Grav 


98 ABC 1 .137 


Phipps 


99 ABC 0287 


Reillv 


99 ABC 0.167 


Chess 


99 ABC 0407 


Momson 


99 ABC 061. S 


Phipps 


99 ABC 0780 


Momson 


99 ABC 0876 


Gray 


9.1 CPS 069.^ 


Grav 


95CPS 1.1.^1 


Gray 


98 CPS 0.142 


Chess 


98 CPS I4I2 


Wade 


98 CPS 1626 


Momson 


99 CPS 0096 


Momson 


99 CPS 01 18 


Owens 


99 CPS 0426 


Reillv 


99 CPS 0504 


Reillv 


99 CPS 0.^21 


Grav 


99 CPS 0.^64 


Phipps 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



06/10/99 



06/11/99 



07/14/99 
07/16/99 



07/12/99 



01/17/99 
0.1/.1I/99 
09/29/99 
08/11/99 
09/17/99 
07/09/99 
09/01/99 
09/21/99 
08/10/99 



09/1.1/99 
09/ LI/99 
07/26/99 
08/06/99 
06/09/99 
05/2.V99 
08/0-1/99 
08/0.1/99 
07/29/99 
09/08/99 
08/04/99 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



14:02 NCR II? 



l4fUNCR 349 



14:04 NCR .147 



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AGENCY 

ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

R,J Reynolds Tobacco Co v. DepI- ofEnvironmenI & Natural Resources 

Town of Maysville v, Environmenl and Natural Resources 

Willie Setzer v. Department of Environment & Natural Resources 

Charles H, Jordan v Brunswick County Health Department 

Jerry Franks and John Schifano, et. al v. Environment & Natural Resources 

and Wake County Board of Commissioners 
Jerry Franks and John Schifano, et. al. v. Environment & Natural Resources 

and Wake County Board of Commissioners 
James P. and Irene P Wilson v Cleveland Co Health & Sanitary 
Mazzella's Restaurant, Peter D. Mazzella v. Canerel County Env. Health 
Roadway Express v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Shell Island Homeowners' Association \. DENR. Di\' of En\ Health 

Division of Air Quality 

Terrance W. Bache, Pres.. Terhane Group. Inc \ DENR. Div/Air Quality 
XVIII Airborne Corps & Fort Bragg, Dept. of the Anny, USA v. 

Environment and Natural Resources, Di\ oi Air Quality 
J D, Owen v. Environment and Natural Resources, Div. of Air Qualiiy 

Environmental Management 

Allen Raynor \. En\ ironinenlal Management Commission 

Division of Lund Resources 

Buel B. Barker, Jr and Hubhard Realty of Winston-Salem, a NC Corp , 

jointly and severally v. DENR, Div. of Land Resources 
T B Powell, Inc. v. DENR, Division of Land Resources 

Division of Marine Fisheries 

Alton Chadwick v. Division of Marine Fisheries 

Division of Water Quality 

York Oil Coinpan) \ DENR, Division of Water Quality 

J Todd Yates and Teresa B Yates v. DENR, Div. of Water Quality 

N.G, Pur\'is Farms, Inc. v DENR, Division of Water Quality 

BOARD OF GEOLOGISTS 

Andrew M. Raring. PhD v Board for the Licensing of Geologists 

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES 

Eardley "JR" Stephens \. St Bd. of Nurse's Aides and Practitioners 

Ernest Clyde Absher and Dianna B, Absher v. Health & Human Resources 

Andrew Gainey v. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner 

J. P. Lynch v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Paul Walker, Thomas Walker & Mary Walker v, Mecklenburg Area 

Mental Health 
New Hope Living Centers, Eric D. Lewis \ Health & Human Services 
Frank McKoy v. Depanment of Health & Human Ser\ ices 
Joan Mane McDaniel v Depanment of Health & Human Services 
Lonnie Hemng v. Departmeni of Health & Human Services 
Robert H Riley v. Office of the Governor. Office of Citizen Senices 
Monica Denise Dayson v. Depanment of Health & Human Services 

Division of Child Development 

Shaw Speaks Child Dev. Ctr. v. Health & Human Svcs,, Child Dev, 
Lachelle L. Parsons v. Health & Human Svcs, Div. of Child Dev. 
In The Beginning, inc v. Health & Human Svcs., Div of Child Dev 
Dulatown Outreach Center, Inc. v. Health & Human Svcs., Child Dev. 
Michele Denoff v. Health & Human Services, Div. of Child Dev 
Small World Daycare II, Trena S McDaniel v. Health & Human Svcs., 
Div. of Child Dev 



CASE 




DATE OF 


NUMBER 


A LI 


DECISION 


98EHR 1315 


Wade 


06/04/99 


^MEHROOeQ 


Owens 


09/27/99 


9qEHR0166 


Chess 


06/28/99 


WEHR0201 


Morrison 


06/28/99 


99 EH R 0.344' 


Phipps 


09/28/99 


99 EH R 0380' 


Phipps 


09/28/99 


99 EHR 0506 


Lassiter 


10/07/99 


99 EHR 0692 


Reilly 


08/19/99 


99 EHR 0745 


Momson 


07/27/99 


99 EHR 0814 


Owens 


08/18/99 


98 EHR 1790 


Mann 


06/23/99 


99 EHR 0283 


Wade 


08/11/99 


99 EHR 0642 


Mann 


08/10/99 


99 EHR 0127 


Gray 


07/27/99 


98 EHR 1457 


Mornson 


06/09/99 


99 EHR 0632 


Wade 


10/04/99 


99 EHR 0553 


Reilly 


08/19/99 


97 EHR 1026 


Phipps 


07/26/99 


98 EHR 1456 


Wade 


06/22/99 


99 EHR 0696 


Chess 


08/27/99 


99 BOG OEM) 


Mann 


06/16/99 


98 DHR 01 55 


Phipps 


08/25/99 


98DHR 1622 


Reilly 


06/17/99 


98 DHR 1761 


Owens 


05/12/99 


99 DHR 01 11 


Reilly 


05/25/99 


99 DHR 0155 


Morrison 


08/19/99 


99 DHR 0170 


Owens 


05/25/99 


99 DHR 0226 


Wade 


07/06/99 


99 DHR 0305 


Reilly 


08/05/') 'J 


99 DHR 0350 


Reilly 


06/03/99 


99 DHR 0356 


Wade 


07/21/99 


99 DHR 1041 


Reilly 


09/29/99 


99 DHR 0042 


Gray 


07/22/99 


99 DHR 0445 


Rei lb- 


07/19/99 


99 DHR 0575 


Mann 


07/19/99 


99 DHR 0688 


Owens 


07/21/99 


99 DHR 0695 


Owens 


08/05/99 


99 DHR 1038 


La.ssiter 


10/06/99 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



14 02 NCR no 



14:04 NCR 343 



14:01 NCR 69 



Division of Facility Ser\'ices 

Kelly M Poole v. Health & Human Services, Div. of Facility Ser\'ices 97 DHR 0629 Chess 

Norma Faye Lewis v. Health & Human Svcs.. Div, of Facility Services 98 DHR 1274 '' Phipps 



06/14/99 
07/02/99 



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AGENCY 

Delia C. Jones v. Healili i: Human Services, Div. of Facility Services 
Effie Ruth Smith v. Health & Human Svcs., Div. of Facility Services 
ViMenne Gelona Marshall v DHHS, Div, of Facihty Senices 
Dons Laviner Moser v. Health & Human Services. Div. of Facility Svcs. 
Norma Faye Lewis v. Health & Human Svcs.. Div. of Facility Services 
Carolyn Grant \ Health A^ Human Senices. Div. of Facility Services 
Manon Moser Thompson \ Health & Human Svcs.. Facility Services 
Rose Mane Hadley v. Health & Human Svcs.. Div. of Faciliry Services 
Sarah Frances Alford \ . Health & Human Svcs.. Div. of Facility Svcs. 
Alvin L Phynon Jr. v. Health & Human Svcs., Dept. of Facility 
Barbara Rhue v. D.F.S. 
Barbara Rhue v. D.F.S. 

Esther Nieves v. Health & Human Services. Div. of Facihty Senices 
Shirley Ann Beck v. Division of Facility Services 

Division of Medical Assistance 

Intenm HealthCare - Moms Group. Inc . Lisa B .Moms. RN. BSN v 

DHHS, Division of Medical Assistance 
Companion Health Care, Inc. v. Div. of Medical Assistance. DHR 



Division of Mental Health. Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services 

S.S. by her parents and next fnends. D S & AS. v. DMH/DD/SAS 99 DHR O.'^.iS 



CASE 




NUMBER 


ALJ 


98 DHR 1680 


Grav 


98 DHR 1774 


Chess 


98 DHR 1786 


Phipps 


99 DHR 0074 


Wade 


99 DHR 0144*' 


Phipps 


99DHR0I4.'S 


Mann 


99 DHR 02 16 


Grav 


99 DHR 02 18 


Wade 


99 DHR 0220 


Phipps 


99 DHR 02.^0 


Mann 


99 DHR 0401*' 


Wade 


49 DHR 0414*' 


Wade 


99 DHR 0766 


Phipps 


99 DHR 0942 


Mann 


99 DHR 0.^52 


.Mann 


99 DHR 0762 


Owens 



Gray 



DATE OF 
DECISION 

06/09/99 
07/14/99 
09/02/99 
08/06/99 
07/02/99 
06/11/99 
08/I.V99 
08/06/99 
06/08/99 
07/07/99 
07/.10/99 
07/.^0/99 
07/21/99 
09/24/99 



09/01/99 
07/29/99 

08/02/99 



PI BLISHED DECISION 
RE(;iSTER CITATION 



Division of Social Services 

Roben H Riley \ Iredell County DSS 

Roben H Riley \ Health A: Human Svcs.. Div of Social Sen'ices 

Joanna Price v Caldwell County S(x;iaJ Sen'ices 

Veronica Owens v, Dept of Social Senices Union County 

Child Suf}p<>ri Enfori entent Section 
Lindy Teachout v. Department of Health <^ Human Sen ices 
Thomas Ashley Stevvart II v. Depanment of Health & Human Sen ices 
June V. Petlus v Department of Human Resources 
Floyd W, Hubbard v. Department of Human Resources 
Richard Arnold Collins v. Jones County DSS 
Da\id S. Blackvvelder v. Department of Human Resources 
June V, Pettus v. Department of Human Resources 
Kenneth Wayne Adair v. Department of Human Resources 
Shawn E. Williams v. Department of Human Resources 
Hun G, Stokes v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Willie D, Davis v Department of Human Resources 
G.S. Hall v Department of Health & Human Senices 
Charles Stewart v Department of Human Resources 
Kenneth A, McCrone v Department of Human Resources 
David M VanDyke \ Depanment of Human Resources 
Jerome Maddox \ Department of Health i: Human Senices 
Sam Anderson v Depanment of Human Resources 
Donald Edward Law 11 \ Department of Human Resources 
Sechia Lee Corbett v Department of Human Resources 
Shawn E Williams v Depanment of Human Resources 
Antonio Melendez v Department of Health & Human Senices 
William W Heck v Department of Human Resources 
Robert M Chandler Jr v Department of Health & Human Sen'ices 
Grady L. Cho.sewood v Department of Health & Human Sen ices 
Fulton Allen Tillman \ . Department of Health & Human Senices 
Nathaniel Alston v. Department of Health & Human Senices 
Bret Burtrum v. Department of Health & Human Senices 
Cednc A Hurst v. Department of Human Resources 
Dane Wesley Ware v Department of Health & Human Senices 
Oscar William Willoughby Sr. v Dept of Health & Human Senices 
Kelvin E, Townsend v Department of Health & Human Sen'ices 
Billy J. Young v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Adelheide J Cooper v. Department oi Health A: Human Senices 
Beverlv K Thompson v Department of Health & Human Sen ices 
Michael L Timmer v Department of Health & Human Senices 
Elizabeth F. West v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Troy Gibson v. Department of Health & Human Sen ices 
Roy D Washington v. Depanment of Health & Human Senices 
Everett A Mitchell v Depanment of Health i: Human Senices 



99DHR0.^.'i4 


Wade 


99 DHR O.^.S? 


Wade 


99 DHR 0.'S20 


Momson 


99 MIS 0677 


Mann 


98 CRA 0727 


Reillv 


99 CRA 0628 


Reillv 


96CSE 1721*' 


Mann 


96CSE 1725 


Reillv 


96CSE 1810 


Reillv 


97CSE0416 


Momson 


97CSE0867" 


Mann 


98 CSE 0229 


Momson 


98 CSE 084."; 


Phipps 


98 CSE 0898 


Gray 


98 CSE 1.187 


Mann 


98 CSE 1.192 


Reillv 


98 CSE 1419 


Mann 


98 CSE I4.1.S 


Gra\ 


98 CSE 1549 


Mann 


98 CSE 1562 


Mann 


98 CSE 1585 


Mann 


98 CSE 1 586 


Momson 


98 CSE 1588 


Phipps 


98 CSE 161.1 


Phipps 


98 CSE 16.15 


Chess 


98 CSE 16.18 


Mann 


98 CSE 1789 


Phipps 


99 CSE 0.101 


Mann 


99 CSE 01 1 1 


Reillv 


99 CSE 03 17 


Mann 


99 CSE 0118 


Wade 


99 CSE 0110 


Chess 


99 CSE 0159 


Grav 


99 CSE 017 1 


Momson 


99 CSE 0171 


Phipps 


99 CSE 0174 


Reillv 


99 CSE 0428 


Phipps 


99CSE(J415 


Reillv 


99 CSE 0417 


Wade 


99 CSE 045 1 


Momson 


99 CSE 0462 


Owens 


99 CSE 0481 


Reilh 


99 CSE 048.1 


Chess 



07/21/99 
07/21/99 
06/10/99 
08/17/99 



06/24/99 
06/14/99 
09/17/99 
09/02/99 
06/28/99 
08/24/99 
09/17/99 
06/10/99 
09/21/99 
07/2.1/99 
09/17/99 
06/24/99 
09/17/99 
08/04/99 
09/17/99 
09/17/99 
09/17/99 
06/25/99 
09/21/99 
09/21/99 
09/10/99 
09/17/99 
05/27/99 
07/01/99 
06/.10/99 
07/01/99 
07/14/99 
08/10/99 
06/28/99 
06/28/99 
07/12/99 
06/14/99 
07/19/99 
06/ 1 4/49 
06/08/99 
0.5/25/99 
07/19/99 
06/25/99 
10/05/49 



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AGENCY 

Corey Anioine Johnson \ . Depanrnenl *^i Health & Human Services 
Larr)' Lowell Dixon v. Department of Health & Human Senices 
Calvin D. Alston v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Marquel Simmons v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Anthony Vincente Battista v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Gerald Scott Saucier v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Lawrence Gordon Soles \ Department of Health & Human Ser\'ices 
Mohamed Moustafa v. Department of Health & Human Ser%'ices 
Vicky L- Day v. Department of Health &. Human Services 
Matthew Conklin v. Department of Health &l Human Ser\'ices 
Charlie James White v Department of Health & Human Services 
Bennie Lamar Knighten v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Lane Bolton v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Randy Lewis Bryant v Department oi Health Si Human Services 
Earl C Jones, Sr. v. Department of Health & Human Ser\ices 
Naion V, Pnde v. Department of Health & Human Ser%ices 
Claude W, Jordan v Department of Health & Human Services 
Bohhy Gene Owens v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Kathryn P- Pagan v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Robert Dwayne Kennedy v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Deborah Seegars v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Lillian Anne Darroch v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Evelyn C. Pratt v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Jacqueline D, Caldwell v. Department of Health & Human Services 



CASE 




DATE OK 


NUMBER 


AU 


DECISION 


99 CSE 04S6 


Grav 


09/13/99 


9yCSE0518 


Momson 


08/24/99 


99 CSE 0539 


Owens 


08/10/99 


99 CSE 0547 


Wade 


08/06/99 


99 CSE 055 1 


Chess 


08/31/99 


99 CSE 0576 


Mann 


06/09/99 


99 CSE 0581 


Momson 


06/09/99 


99 CSE 0582 


Owens 


08/05/99 


99 CSE 0679 


Gray 


09/27/99 


99 CSE 0689 


Mann 


09/17/99 


99 CSE 0690 


Momson 


07/20/99 


99 CSE 0702 


Owens 


09/20/99 


99 CSE 0735 


Phipps 


08/06/99 


99 CSE 0737 


ReiUv 


09/20/99 


99 CSE 0801 


Grav 


08/10/99 


99 CSE 0825 


Phipps 


08/20/99 


99 CSE 083 1 


Reillv 


10/11/99 


99 CSE 0877 


Grav 


10/11/99 


98 DCS 1769 


Momson 


06/25/99 


99 DCS 0482 


Wade 


09/10/99 


99 DCS 0505 


Phipps 


06/30/99 


99 DCS 0555 


Gray 


07/06/99 


99 DCS 08 13 


Owens 


08/25/99 


99 DCS 0974 


Momson 


09/20/99 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



JUSTICE 

Alarm Systems Licensing Board 

Terry Allen Bnckey v Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Travis Enc Reardon \', Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Brian Anthony Bartimac \'- Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Paul Luke Walczak v Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Melvm T. Lohr v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Bradford D. Penny v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Benny L. Shaw v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Tracey Larue Santana v Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Donald Eugene Boger v Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Kajur Washhum v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 

Education and Training Standards Division 

Rock Steven Edwards v Criminal Justice Ed- & Training Stds- Comm, 
Anthony Scott Hughes \ Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm 
Hal Pilgreen v. Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Emma J. Kiser v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm 
Keith Allen Noms v. Shenffs' Ed & Training Standards Comm. 
Sherry Davis Kenney v Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Russell Lee Yelverton v. Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Mark E. Narron v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Commission 
Shean E. Taylor v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Commission 
Sandra G Armstrong v. Shenffs' Ed & Training Standards Comm 
Edward L. Lusk v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm. 
Tonnetie Bembury v Shenffs' Ed & Training Standards Comm. 

Private Protective Services Board 

Tri-City Secunties and James G Hutcherson v Pnvate Protective Svcs. Bd. 

Tn-City Secunties and James G. Hutcherson v. Pnvate Protective Svcs. Bd. 

Thomas E. Mewbom v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 

Michael Lynn Arter v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 

Jeffrey S Moore \ Pnvate Protective Services Board 

Bonnie Mane Keller v Pnvate Protective Services Board 

Shawn E. Alexander v Pnvate Protective Services Board 

Ronald E. SuUoway v Private Protective Services Board 

Raymond Solomon v Pnvate Protective Services Board 

Charles E. Evans. Jr. v Pnvate Protective Services Board 

William E Ellis. Sr. v Pnvate Protective Services Board 

Bobby James Nicholson v. Pnvate Protective Services Board 

Thomas William Atchison v Pnvate Protective Ser\ices Board 

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

S.H. by and through her guardian and custodian. H H and H.H v. 



99 DOJ 0097 


Wade 


05/21/99 




99 DOJ 0446 


Phipps 


07/28/99 




99 DOJ 0487 


Momson 


0.V2.5/99 




99 DOJ 0489 


Owens 


08/03/99 




99 DOJ 0490 


Momson 


05/24/99 




99 DOJ 0522 


Momson 


06/08/99 




99 DOJ 0523 


Momson 


06/08/99 




99 DOJ 0524 


Phipps 


09/24/99 




99 DOJ 0715 


Owens 


07/29/99 




99 DOJ 0716 


Owens 


07/29/99 




98 DOJ 0906 


Chess 


05/13/99 




98 DOJ 1530 


Chess 


05/12/99 




98 DOJ 1775 


Chess 


06/09/99 




98 DOJ 1793 


Gray 


06/07/99 




99 DOJ 0045 


Mann 


07/29/99 


4:04 NCR 351 


99 DOJ 0067 


Wade 


06/08/99 




99 DOJ 0131 


Phipps 


08/11/99 




99 DOJ 0453 


Momson 


09/08/99 


4:07 NCR 568 


99 DOJ 0790 


Reilly 


09/29/99 




99 DOJ 0844 


,Mann 


09/24/99 




99 DOJ 0846 


Phipps 


09/29/99 




99 DOJ 0934 


Reilly 


09/29/99 




98 DOJ 1749*' 


Phipps 


09/02/99 




98 DOJ 1752*' 


Phipps 


09/02/99 




99 DOJ 0101 


Owens 


07/30/99 




99 DOJ 0262 


Wade 


05/25/99 




99 DOJ 0488 


Momson 


05/24/99 




99 DOJ 0491 


Momson 


05/24/99 




99 DOJ 0492 


Owens 


07/19/99 




99 DOJ 0493 


Momson 


05/24/99 




99 DOJ 0494 


Momson 


0.V25/99 




99 DOJ 0496 


Momson 


05/25/99 




99 DOJ 0527 


Momson 


06/08/99 




99 DOJ 0528 


Phipps 


08/17/99 




99 DOJ 1018 


Momson 


09/21/99 




98EDC 1124 


Mann 


06/11/99 





734 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



November I, 1999 



14:9 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

Henderson County Board ol Education 
Paula MoiTill. individually/on behalfol John Morrill v. Wake Cty Schools 
SI .F. and S.F.F. v, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education 
Marshall Scoll Brannan v. Department of Public Instruction 
Matthew Weber, and his father and next fnend, Brian Weber, and Brian 

Weber \ Wilkes County Schools 
Deborah F Broaden v State Board of Education 
C. Kenneth \\amngton \ Edgecombe County Schools 

STATE PERSONNEL 



CASE 




DATE OF 


Nl'MBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


ySEDC 120S 


Grav 


09/24/99 


98EDC 1649 


Mann 


06/04/99 


9SEDC 1796 


Owens 


07/13/99 


99EDC029I 


Mann 


09/07/99 


99 EDC 07.14 


Reilly 


IO/0.'i/99 


99 EDC U9,'i5 


Reilly 


09/29/99 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



14:07 NCR 56.S 



Department of Agriculture 

H.C. Troxler. Jr. \, Dept, of Agriculture and Consumer Ser\ices 

Community Colleges 

Thomas Michael Chamberlin \. Department of Community Colleges 

Correction 

E. Wayne Irvin v. Department of Correction 

Pershield DeLoatch v. Department of Correction 

Deborah Smith v. Department of Correction 

Maydean L. Taylor v. Depanment of Correction 

Ann McMillian v Momson Youth Institution, Department of Correction 

Edward Alan Roper v. DOC. Di\ of Pnsons. Western '^'outh Institute 

Shirley Sellars v. Department of Correction 

Sean R, Dillard v. Dept. of Correction. Pasquotank Correctional Inst 

DeCarlos Stanley v, Depanment of Correction 

Ste\e A, Matthews \', Department of Correction 

Harr\ E. Kenan v Capt BE Lewis. Polk 'I'outh Institution 

Robert Russell. Jr. \, Jeff Jones. Di\ of Communit> Corrections 

Shirley Sellars v. Department of Correction 

Richmond Fulniore \, Depanment of Coneclioii. Wake Conectional 

Jerry D Crav\ford \ . Depanment of Correction 

Charles Creegan v. Department of Correction 

Crime Control and Public Safety 

Thomas Michael Chamberlin \ . DCCPS. Center for Missing Persons 

North Carolina School for the Deaf 

Enc Arden Hurley w North Carolina School for the Deaf 

Employment Security Commission 

Russell J. Suga \', Employment Secunty Commission 

Health and Human Sen'ices 

Debbie L \Miiiley v. Wake County Depanment of Social Ser\ices 

Vera Crenshaw \ , DHHS. Julian F Keith Ale & Drug Abuse Tnmt Ctr 

Ivey G. Rhodes v Pitt County Mental Health Center 

Odessa D Gwynn v Caswell County Health Department 

Dons Virginia Weanng \ , Durham County Health Department 

Anthony Ratchff v Department of Health i: Human Services 

Julia A. Cameron v. John Unistead Hospital, Health & Human Services 

Jency Ahrams v. Department of Health & Human Services 

Carlos D. Burks. Sr. v. North Carolina Special Care Center 

Bryan Benson v. Durham Cty. Area MH/DD/SAS Program 

Shirley C. Jones v. Depanment of Health & Human Services 

Odell Hudson v. Health & Human Svcs.. Dorothea Dix Hospital 

Enca Joynes v. Durham County Depanment of Social Services 

Thomas Michael Chamberlin v. Off of Juvenile Justice, Juvenile 

Services Division. 14"' Distnct Court Division 
Cheryl Highsmilh v. DHHS. Youth Svcs.. New Hanover Reg Juvenile 
Detention Center 



99 OSP 06.S9 


Chess 


07/27/99 


99 OSP 0286 


Phipps 


06/25/99 


94 OSP 1791 


Momson 


0,5/18/99 


98 OSP 1026 


Gray 


08/11/99 


98 OSP 1126 


Chess 


06/22/99 


98 OSP 1272 


Chess 


0,5/14/99 


98 OSP 1275 


Chess 


0.5/12/99 


98 OSP 1644 


Gray 


08/11/99 


98 OSP 1788'" 


Gray 


09/10/99 


98 OSP 1800 


Grav 


08/26/99 


99 OSP 0027 


Momson 


06/22/99 


99 OSP 0162 


Momson 


08/20/99 


99 OSP 02.';7 


Phipps 


06/07/99 


99 0SP(12.'i8 


Lassiter 


09/29/99 


99 OSP 0.186'" 


Grav 


09/10/99 


99 OSP 0416 


Mann 


06/04/99 


99 OSP 0577 


Reillv 


06/02/99 


99 CJSP 076.5 


Reilly 


08/0.1/99 


99 OSP 0.596*' 


Gray 


08/16/99 


99 OSP 0087 


Reilly 


06/24/99 


96 OSP 1122 


Reilly 


05/26/99 


97 OSP 0722 


Phipps 


09/27/99 


98 OSP 0456 


Grav 


08/(15/99 


98 OSP 0924 


Phipps 


07/09/99 


98 OSP 1 299 


Gra\ 


08/25/99 


98 OSP 14.12 


Reillv 


06/18/99 


99 OSP 148.1 


Phipps 


09/22/99 


99 OSP 0051 


Momson 


06/22/99 


99 OSP 0147 


Owens 


08/11/99 


99 OSP 0125 


Owens 


08/25/99 


99 OSP 05 16 


Gray 


08/.1I/99 


99 OSP 05.1.1 


Mann 


09/24/99 


99 OSP 0609 


Gray 


07/07/99 


99 OSP 067 1 


Grav 


07/11/99 


99 OSP 067.1*-' 


Gray 


08/16/99 


99 OSP 076.1 


Owens 


09/01/99 



14:01 NCR 60 



Johnston County 

Lili Romaine Lee \ . County of Johnston 

Justice 

Thomas Michael Chamberlin v Justice. Justice Academy 



99 OSP 0456 



99 OSP 0108 



Momson 



Phipps 



06/02/99 



06/1 1/99 



14:9 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



November I, 1999 



735 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



Labor 

Kohtrrl C. Adams \ Departnicnl of Labor 

Department of Public Instruction 

Billy McEachern \ Schools of Robeson County 
John Lee Herbin v. Smarkand Manor Training School 
Linda D Chapman v. Lenoir Counly Public Schools 

Transportation 

Charles W, Mc Adams \ Dept. ol Transportation, Div/Motor Vehicles 

Larry R. Lane v. Department of Transportation 

Ronald Roberson v Depl- of Transportation. Right-of-Way Branch 

Shehia Davis v. Department of Transportation 

Carmalita Daniels \ Department of Transportation 

University of North Carolina 

Wanda Troxler \ A A: T State University and Dr. Ray J. Davis 
Vivian Smith Hammiel. Lmg-Chih C. Hsu and Joel A. Williams v. East 

Carolina University 
Vivian Smith Hammiel. Ling-Chih C Hsu and Joel A. Williams v. East 

Carolina University 
Vivian Smith Hammiel. Ling-Chih C Hsu and Joel A Williams v East 

Carolina University 
Jackie S Flowers v. East Carolina University 
Rex A. Coughenour v University of North Carolina at Chapel Hii] 
Anna Anita Huff V. Dr. Lonnie Sharpe/Dr Reza Salami-Coll. /Engineenng 
Rex A. Coughenour v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Thomas Michael Chamberlin v. UNC (S' Chapel Hill, Dept. of University 

Housing, Division of Student Affairs 
Halycon Tudie Blake v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Bndgette R, Booker v. Winston-Salem State University 
Rex A. Coughenour v University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Temperance T Tobe v. North Carolina Central University 

DEPARTMENT OF TR^^NSPORTATION 

Peter Ka) . Stem \ Department of Transportation 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

Stephanie .A. Payne v UNC Hospitals 
Barbara A. Russell v. UNC Hospitals 
Robin Perkins Stephens v UNC Hospitals 
Rita Jo Kincaid v UNC Hospitals 
Rita Jo Kincaid s UNC Hospitals 



99 OSP 0667 


Gray 


07/28/99 


99OSP0189 


Wade 


09/04/99 


99 OSP 027.1 


Gray 


08/(J4/99 


99 OSP 0691 


Reilly 


08/16/99 


99 OSP OO.U 


Mann 


06/21/99 


99 OSP 010.^ 


Mann 


06/11/99 


99 OSP 0142 


Momson 


06/08/99 


99 OSP 01.% 


Owens 


06/2.1/99 


99 OSP 0264 


Gray 


08/20/99 


97 OSP 08 19 


Phipps 


08/02/99 


97 OSP I268-- 


Phipps 


07/06/99 


97 OSP I269*" 


Phipps 


07/06/99 


97 OSP 1270*- 


Phipps 


07/06/99 


98 OSP 1618 


Reilly 


06/24/99 


99OSP0!il7*" 


Reilly 


08/27/99 


99 OSP 0?99 


Chess 


07/16/99 


99 OSP 062.1*" 


Reilly 


08/27/99 


99 OSP 0674*' 


Gray 


08/16/99 


99 OSP 0686 


Gray 


07/08/99 


99 OSP 07.11 


Chess 


09/03/99 


99 OSP 08.10*" 


Reilly 


08/27/99 


99 OSP 086.S 


Chess 


08/24/99 


99 DOT 0668 


Ov^'ens 


07/29/99 


99 UNC 0.17.'^ 


Momson 


06/21/99 


99 UNC 0540 


Gray 


08/11/99 


99 UNC 0.56.1 


Owens 


07/21/99 


99 UNC 0746*' 


Reilly 


08/09/99 


99 UNC 0747*" 


Reilly 


08/09/99 



736 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



November 1, 1999 



14:9 



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